Depending on where you are actually located, you may find the notion of paying for unnecessary 5G, and Samsung has already confirmed that both the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be available in single LTE configurations. However, that “entry level” configuration of 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 matters when you buy $ 1,299 on a smartphone. Especially so when you can get a probably better deal going with the Galaxy Note 10+.
Because while old Samsung flags are basically never better because of their successors offering more efficient processing, 2020 really delivered a weird mix of unfortunate circumstances that saw the new Exynos 990 chip perform at totally memorable levels for such a high silicon.
This is without a doubt the model that makes the least sense to buy
Combined with the fact that the two single LTE variants of the Galaxy Note 10+ ship with 12 GB of RAM and that the base is now permanently reduced to $ 949.99, you really need to understand exactly why you are buying a new smartphone before you decide to pay a third higher price for the luxury of getting a compromise of inverse proportion.
This is not to say that this lower configuration of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra offers nothing above its prequel, but most people will find the camera change and other differences between the two to be negligible compared to a raw multitasking boost 4 GB of extra RAM can add. The Galaxy Note 20 series is releasing on August 21st, and you can still order it almost anywhere.
- model: SM-N985F
- dimensions: Bar: 164.8 x 77.2 x 8.1 mm
- Display: 6.9 inches / 175.26 mm Dynamic AMOLED 2X
- CPU: Exynos 990
- camera: 108MP