Depending on where exactly in the world you are, you may find the idea of paying for 5G unnecessary, and Samsung has already confirmed both the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be available in LTE configurations. However, the “entry-level” configuration for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will only be offered with 8 GB of RAM. Not that 8 GB is still not enough, but it must be assumed that every detail is important when you shell out $ 1,299 on a smartphone. Especially when you can get an undoubtedly better deal by going with Galaxy Note 10+.
Because Samsung’s year-old flagships are never really better, mainly because their successors offer more efficient processing, 2020 really delivered a strange mix of unfortunate circumstances that saw the new Exynos 990 chip work at completely insignificant levels for such advanced silicon.
This is without a doubt the model that makes the least sense to buy
Combined with the fact that both LTE-only variants of the Galaxy Note 1
This is not to say that this lowest Galaxy Note 20 Ultra configuration offers nothing beyond its prequel, but most will find the camera difference and other distinctions between the two to be negligible compared to a raw boost to multitasking 4GB of extra RAM can Adda. The Galaxy Note 20 series releases August 21st, and you can still pre-order it pretty much anywhere.
- Model: SM N985F
- Measure: Rod: 164.8 x 77.2 x 8.1 mm
- Show: 6.9 inches / 175.26 mm Dynamic AMOLED 2X
- CPU: Exynos 990
- Camera: 108MP