Samsung has officially unveiled its latest flagship smart phones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra. These are the company’s latest devices and joins the S20 series that was launched earlier this year.
Both devices feature the main design that differentiates the Note series from other series, the included S Pen stylus.
The normal Galaxy Note 20 lacks sense key features which includes high refresh rate screen, and periscope zoom lens, and expandable storage through Micro SD though it has high in built storage capacity of 128GB ROM and 8GB of RAM.
Meanwhile the Note 20 Ultra has everything Samsung is known for.
Both devices support fast charging, wireless charging, and reverse wireless charging.
Also they’ve got stereo speakers with some Dolby technology, IP68 water resistance, and ship with Android 10. Both can record videos at 8K and support external microphone options.
Both still feature Bixby, which is the fourth place digital assistant behind Google, Alexa, and Siri.
Both devices also have a new Samsung feature which Samsung calls “Mystic.” It amounts to a textured finish on the glass that should hopefully do a better job of repelling or at least hiding fingerprints. The Note 20 Ultra will come in bronze, black, and white. While the Note 20 will come in bronze, gray, and green.
The Galaxy Note 20 phones are available for preorder now and are expected to arrive by the official sale date, Aug. 21. The Note 20 starts at $1,000 (£849) and the Note 20 Ultra starts at $1,300 (£1,179).