Samsung’s latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 20, is it’s most exciting plus-sized smartphone to date. But what’s new? And how much will it cost? Here’s everything you need to know…
Finally, after weeks of internet rumors Samsung’s newest flagship handset – the Note 20 – has landed.
And, as you’d expect from one of the Korean tech giant’s flagship smartphones, it combines all the latest specs and features with a modern design. But is it worth buying?
Let’s take a look…
Design and cameras
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The Note 20 boasts the same camera combination on its back as previous Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus models – that is a main 12-megapixel snapper, an ultra-wide 12-megapixel lens and an impressive 64-megapixel lens with 30x zoom capabilities.
What’s more, there’s a gorgeous, curved Infinity-O display, along with razor-thin bezels and a punch-hole camera for selfies. This means the phone is ideal for watching movies and TV shows when you’re out and about.
Lastly, you can get the Note 20 in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Green, Mystic Grey, Mystic White and Mystic Black.
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At 6.7-inches, and boasting the stunning Infinity O display, the Note 20 is the ideal phone for gamers. In fact, Samsung says it’s its most vivid smartphone screen to date. It’s also got extremely tough Gorilla Glass Victus, the toughest glass to appear on a Samsung device, so its sturdy as well as slick.
Impressively, Samsung has opted for one of it’s most powerful processors, the Exynos 990, to power the Note 20. It's the fastest processor on any Galaxy smartphone.
As you’d expect, this powerhouse chipset ensures the device operates smoothly. And the Note 20 comes with 256GB worth of storage, plus 8GB of RAM. Unfortunately, there is no storage expansion with the Note 20 - for that, you'll need the Note 20 Ultra.
To ensure a phone this size doesn't run out of juice, Samsung has equipped the Note 20 with a not-to-shabby 4,300mAh battery. This is a welcomed upgrade on the Note 10, and should provide plenty of power to last the whole day.
The Galaxy Note 20 4G version costs costs £849, while the 5G model will set you back £949. Both versions are available to pre-order now, and is on sale now.
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Galaxy Note20 4G specs
|Sim Card Type
|75.2mm x 8.3mm x 161.6mm
|1080 x 2400 inches
|Pixels Per Inch
|Touch Screen Type
|Octa Core Cores