Samsung had announced its latest launch Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphone during the pandemic time. The Note line of the smart gadget is the nucleus of everything Samsung does in the smartphone business. Where the Galaxy S line of devices is equally sturdy, it’s the Note series upgrades the smartphone game year after year. In August, the Note 20 Ultra was on selling in India at a starting cost price of Rs 1,04,999, Significantly. It’s quite a hefty price when the whole world is struggling with the global pandemic.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Design and Display
The Samsung’s Note 20 Ultra is the first smartphone in the world to have the new Gorilla Glass Victus on its front as well as the back. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is all-screen at the front, and the back is covered with glass and has curved edges with a thin metal streak. The 6.9-inch QHD+ AMOLED display of this Android Smartphone is simply staggering to gaze at. The best thing about the rear panel is the frosted glass cover back that probably the best Samsung has ever used. At a time it hides fingerprints more than the other phones and also comes up with a comfortable grasp in one’s hand at the same time under situations it allows for answering calls and checking notifications.
The best-in-class display reflects its stability on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The 120Hz screen refresh rate has been enhanced more than the other Galaxy series. There’s the “Adaptive” motion smoothness, that easily adjusts the refresh rate in accordance with the action being accomplished on the screen. Eventually, this saves a lot of battery in the long-run process.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Performance and Battery Life
The Note 20 Ultra having the Exynos 990 chipset which allows the smartphone to handle any task with assurance. Whether it’s about capturing multiple photos or rolling over the feeds of social media, either playing game after game or just having read, the Note 20 Ultra will not slow down.
With the Galaxy S20 Ultra, there was rarely a time when it needs to charge on the same day. Samsung marked to go with a battery of 4,500 mAh even with the large display and state-of-the-art processor. Definitely, it is an enhancement over the Note 10+’s 4,300 mAh battery. The Note 20 Ultra lasted a whole day and over 5 hours of screen-on-time but hardly any charge leftover to last through the night.
Camera and Video Quality
The Note 20 Ultra sets the device with a triple-camera setup along with the video quality up to 8K. The Note 20 Ultra has a set up triple-camera plus the laser autofocus sensor:
- A 108-megapixel wide-angle camera
- A 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera
- A 12-megapixel telephoto camera
Samsung tried to play it safe with the Note 20 Ultra but that can’t deny the fact that it is a fantastic device. In spite of some frailty, Note 20 Ultra has upgraded to the top of the Android smartphone ranks. During a pandemic, spending over one lakh rupees is quite an ebullience but once the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is on discount, it will definitely be a remarkable deal.