Review Galaxy Note20 5G | Note20 Ultra 5G – Both of these phones have AMOLED panels. In terms of resolution, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a 1440 x 3200 WQHD + screen. The Note 20 has a 1080 x 2400 FJD + panel. The Note 20 has 393 pixels per inch, while the Note 20 Ultra has a density of 511 PPI.
The Note 20 Ultra’s AMOLED display has a dynamic refresh rate of 120Hz, while the Note 20 stops at 60Hz. On the front there is a small punch hole for selfie cameras.
The Note 20 Ultra has a 108MP main camera, a 12MP ultra wide camera and a 12MP telephoto camera. The camera can achieve a pure 5x optical zoom. With additional software, users can get 50x super zoom for enhancement.
Note 20 is a little simpler. There is a 12MP main camera, a 12MP ultra wide camera and a telephoto camera. There’s no pure optical zoom here, but 3x hybrid zoom and 30x super res software zoom.
Both camera modules are supported by optical image stabilization, which improves the stability of video recording and improves low-light shots, where users require a slower shutter setting. The Galaxy Note 20 series takes it all to a cinematic level with 8K video recording at 24 FPS.
Both the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra will support 5G connectivity, but this depends on the market and location. The Note 20 Ultra 4G will only have 8GB of RAM but three different storage options. 4G Note 20 only comes in 8GB / 256GB.
The Note 20 Ultra comes with a 3.0 GHz octa-core processor, built on a 7nm process, a choice of 8GB or 12 GB RAM and storage options from 128 GB to 512 GB with a microSD slot. The Galaxy Note 20 has an octa-core 2.7 GHz chip, 7nm, 8GB RAM and 128 / 256GB storage.
Galaxy Note20 5G
Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G