- Screen Size : 6.9-Inch Display
- SIM: Dual SIM
- Memory: 256GB ROM
- OS: Android 10.
- Camera: Triple (108MP + 12MP + 12MP) + 10MP Selfie
- Sensors : Fingerprint, Samsung Wireless Dex (desktop experience supported)
- GPS, Bluetooth, Type C reversible connector and S-Pen Stylus
- Network: 5G
- Battery: 4500mAh non-removable Li-lon battery
Samsung Note 20 Ultra (5G / 256GB)
Samsung’s Galaxy Note series started out as business-focused devices, promising tools for productivity including the instantly familiar S Pen stylus. The series has been recognized, and often derided, for pushing screen sizes though what seemed impractical a few years ago is now quite mainstream. Of late though, Samsung has turned the Galaxy Note series into a premium flagship lineup, with a roughly six-month gap between Galaxy Note and Galaxy S series launches.
This year’s Galaxy Note 20 series is being billed as “the best of the best”, with all the latest features and specifications, plus of course the S Pen. There are two different models like last year.
This is, first of all, a very large phone. It has a 6.9-inch screen, and narrow borders don’t help a lot when it comes to reducing bulk. At 208g, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a bit heavier than average but it’s the bulk and overall shape that make this phone difficult to use. The top and bottom are completely flat, while the sides are rounded. I found the lower corners digging into my palms when holding this phone.