Review Samsung Galaxy Note20 – Samsung presents two variants in this new smartphone. But the difference is, this time we don’t get the “Plus” version but the “Ultra” which is the tallest model in the Galaxy Note 20 Series.
The successor of the Galaxy Note 10 comes with an Infinity-O display, aka a hollow screen design like its predecessor for a selfie camera mounted in the middle of the screen.
But the Galaxy Note20 has a bigger screen, where this smartphone comes with a 6.7-inch screen that offers 1080p resolution and only supports the standard 60Hz refresh rate in line with what has been rumored so far.
Coming to photography, the Galaxy Note 20 carries a 12 megapixel ultra wide-angle lens accompanied by a 12 megapixel main camera that boasts a large pixel size of 1.8μm and is equipped with support for Dual Pixel autofocus and OIS features.
We also get a 64 megapixel camera with a 1.0µm sensor size which acts as a telephoto lens capable of 3x lossless zoom and Space Zoom up to 30x. Apart from that, you can also do 8K video recording.
Samsung entrust Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset that is paired with 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. Apart from the Snapdragon 865 Plus, Samsung also uses the Exynos 990 in certain markets.
Meanwhile, to make it turn on, the smartphone running on One UI 2.1 based on the Android 10 OS is powered by a 4,300 mAh capacity battery and has also been supported by 25 Watt fast-charging technology to enable the device to get power faster.
Samsung doesn’t forget to equip its Galaxy Note 20 Series duo with an S-pen stylus to allow users to do easier activities such as taking notes, scribbling, drawing and more.
Another feature that is no less interesting on the Galaxy Note 20 Series is stereo speakers with external microphone support. There is also a Samsung Dex which now functions wirelessly via Miracast, IP68 water resistance, and don’t forget to have Bixby smart assistant support.