Samsung launched it Note lineup yesterday at the Samsung Unpacked Event.
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Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 20 at $999, with 6.7-inch OLED Infinity-O display, Snapdragon 865+ (in select regions), Triple cameras, 4300 mAh battery and of course the new and improved S-Pen. The Note 20 not including a 120 Hz display and a plastic back was a major disappointment but other than that it is a very powerful phone for the power users.
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Its bigger brother Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was released at $1,299 with 6.9-inch OLED 120 Hz Infinity-O display, Snapdragon 865+ (in select regions), Impressive Triple cameras, 4500 mAh battery and of course the S-Pen with 9 ms latency. It has impressive zoom capabilities, a magnificent design and is the first phone to use the new Gorilla Glass Victus.
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Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra is available for pre-order from August 6. Both phones will be available starting on August 21.
In terms of software, the Galaxy Note 20 Series comes with Android 10-based One UI 2.5 out of the box. But, Samsung is already testing One UI 3.0 beta based on Android 11.
The software update for the Galaxy Note 20 series is for stability and performance improvements. This 500 MB update removes bugs and adds new features and carries the August patch. The Note series is getting the update before hitting the store shelves this it is safe to assume that the update will be available when customers get their hand on the device.
Besides, Samsung has promised three years of Software updates for the Note series this year, so you’re all set till Android 13.