5G services have not yet been developed in India, but the ecosystem of the devices supported the technology is peaking. Samsung’s latest new productivity-focused is Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G. The 5G phone was launched on Wednesday along with Galaxy Note 20 which will be offered in the Indian market at an opening price of Rs 1,04,999 and Rs 77,999, respectively.
Although Samsung has not yet announced the date of availability of the handsets in stores, bookings for them will be open in Samsung.com and at retail stores in India from Thursday.
Samsung’s latest smartphone expenses are very high compared to 5G enabled handsets. The newly launched OnePlus Nord which assist 5G starts at ₹24,999, and Realme’s 5G ready X50 Pro starts at ₹41,999.
OnePlus Nord has powered on the mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor and features a 90Hz display. On the other hand, Samsung Note 20 Ultra, runs on the more powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus or Samsung’s very own Exynos 990 (in select markets including India). This is equivalent to Realme X50 Pro running on Snapdragon 865.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G offers a 6.9-inch screen with 1,080p resolution, gorilla glass 7, and 120Hz refresh rate, while the non-5G variant has a slightly smaller 6.7-inch screen with lower 1,444 resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. Both phones come with the new S-Pen, although the 9ms response speed is only available on the Note 20 Ultra 5G variant.
When booking, Samsung offers up to ₹7000 on the Note 20 and up to ₹10,000 on Note 20 Ultra 5G. Also, the former with HDFC credit and debit cards have a Further, cashback offer of up to ₹6,000 and with HDFC credit and debit cards up to ₹9,000.