Depending on where exactly in the world you live in, you might find the concept of paying for 5G unnecessary, and Samsung has confirmed that both the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be available in LTE only configuration. . However, that “low-end” configuration of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will only be offered with 8GB of RAM. It’s not that 8GB is still not much, but every detail is important when you spend $ 1,299 on a smartphone. Especially so when you can get an arguably better deal using the Galaxy Note 10+.
Because while Samsung’s longtime flagships have essentially never been better due to their successors offering more processing power, the year 2020 really offers a weird mix. It’s strange of the unfortunate cases of seeing the new Exynos 990 chip perform at a completely insignificant rate for such a high-end silicon.
This is arguably the least affordable model to buy
Combined with the fact that both LTE-only variants of the Galaxy Note 10+ come with 12GB of RAM and the base version has now been permanently discounted to $ 949.99, you really should find out why. You’re exactly buying a new smartphone before deciding to pay about a third more for the luxury of compromising on ratio in RAM.
That doesn’t mean this lowest profile Galaxy Note 20 Ultra doesn’t offer anything compared to its predecessor, but most people will see camera differences and differences. Between the two machines is negligible compared with boosting multitasking to the additional 4GB of RAM that can be added. The Galaxy Note 20 series will be released on August 21, and you can still pre-order it anywhere.
- Paradigm: SM-N985F
- Size: 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