Samsung recently launched Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G officially in the Indian market and started deliveries to those who have pre-booked the device. Galaxy Note20 is available in mystic bronze, mystic blue, and mystic green colours for Rs 64,999, while the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G is available in mystic black and mystic bronze colours at a price of Rs 85,999 following certain discounts.
Samsung has announced the launch of Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5 G services for pre-booked Indian subscribers. Samsung’s Galaxy Note series is a perfect illustration of devices you don’t wonder whether customers ‘want’ it.
Customers can pre-book the phones from Samsung.com and visit leading retail outlets. The Galaxy Note20 pre-booking customers will be eligible for benefits worth Rs 7,000, while those Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5 G pre-booking will get benefits worth Rs 10,000. Such benefits can be redeemed on selected items from the Samsung Shop platform including Galaxy Buds+, Galaxy Buds Live, Galaxy Watches, and Galaxy Tabs. Besides, customers would be eligible for cashback up to Rs 6,000 upon purchasing of Galaxy Note 20 and up to Rs 9,000 upon purchasing of Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5 G when they pay with HDFC Bank Credit and Debit Cards.
Existing Galaxy users would be eligible for an Upgrade package to earn an extra Rs 5,000 discount in place of their existing Galaxy handset. Again, Samsung is unapologetic for the big camera bump on the rear. However, the large package that holds three cameras effectively stops the handset from wobbling too frequently when it is being kept on a desk or other flat surfaces. Apart from all these features, the best aspect of Note 20 Ultra is by far is the display. Of course, the processor is fast and it has great RAM, but the refresh rate of the display is what makes things feel smooth and fast.
The display of Note 20 has the same design as the Note 10 Lite. That’s a 6.7-inch AMOLED Full HD+ at 60Hz and smooth-and the iconic angled edges of the Samsung flagship are absent. The Ultra arrives with 8GB of RAM in the LTE edition, and 12GB of RAM in the 5G variant, whereas the Note 20 sticks to 8GB in each, highlighting both phones’ specific placement. Based on the LTE or 5 G data choices, though.
The Note 20 Ultra has a battery backup of 4500mAh , while the Note 20 has a power of 4300mAh, and the smaller Note 20 gets greater performance than the Ultra, due to lower hardware demands. the two Galaxy Note 20 versions are drastically different compared to the earlier devices, with Samsung trying to set up a wider distance between these two products than it did in 2019.