Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has a stunning 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a definition of 2400 x 1080 pixels. This sumptuous panel has a refresh rate of 60 Hz.
The combination of the Exynos 990 processor with 8 GB of RAM and an internal memory of 256 GB (expandable via microSD) provides excellent performance. Navigation on the interface will be done without the slightest slowing down and all video games will be adorned with their most beautiful graphics.
And what about the back device reserved for photos that allow you to shoot 8K videos? The 64 MP 12 MP + 12 MP wide-angle + 3x telephoto hybrid sensors provide ideal versatility. At the front, a final 10 MP module takes care of the selfies. Overall, the quality is there despite the battery life a little tight which will run out after a full day.
Finally, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 complies with the IP68 certification. That is, it can withstand a 30-minute immersion from 1 to 3 meters deep. The fingerprint reader is placed under the screen, facial recognition is part of the game, as are stereo speakers certified Dolby Atmos. In short, this smartphone is a real gem of technology.
In its 4G / 256 GB version, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is priced at 959 €. A price that goes up to 1059 € for the copy compatible with 5G. You can get a discount of up to € 410 when you trade-in your old device.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20
What is changing on the Ultra side? The on-board screen is here provided with a diagonal of 6.9 inches with a definition reaching 3088 x 1440 pixels and a refresh rate at 120 Hz. The 512 GB version has more RAM at 12 GB instead of 8 GB These changes make it a smartphone significantly more powerful (especially in its management of multitasking) but also more expensive and heavy (208 grams against 192 grams for the Note 20).
Another major difference with regard to the part devoted to photos. This time, on the back of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, we find a 108 MP main sensor with a 12 MP wide-angle and a 5x optical telephoto lens. The visual rendering is necessarily more detailed and the colors are always closer to reality. The battery power is significantly higher to keep up with the huge screen of the mobile.
No abysmal differences between the two copies of the South Korean firm, which also share a very pleasant accessory to use: the S-Pen. This stylus connects to the smartphone via Bluetooth and allows navigation with enhanced ergonomics. Compared to its previous version, this S-Pen has a very low latency of 9 ms.
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