The Galaxy Note20 is priced at INR77,999 ($1,040/€880) in India, while the Note20 Ultra will set you back by INR104,999 ($1,400/€1,180). Both smartphones come with 256GB of internal storage, but the regular Note20 has 8GB RAM while the Note20 Ultra comes with 12GB RAM onboard and supports 5G networks.
The Note20 and Note20 Ultra are already up for pre-orders in India through Samsung's online store. The Note20 is offered in Mystic Green color while the Note20 Ultra comes in Mystic Black shade. The Mystic Bronze color is common to both.
The Note20 pair comes with a Snapdragon 865+ SoC or the Exynos 990 chipset, depending on the region. Samsung hasn't revealed which chipset the Indian units have under the hood on its official website, but chances are customers in the South Asian country will get the Exynos 990.
Alongside the Note20 and Note20 Ultra, Samsung also unveiled the Buds Live TWS earphones, Galaxy Watch3 smartwatch, Tab S7 series tablets and the Galaxy Z Fold2. These are already listed on Samsung India's website, but their prices are currently unknown.
You can head this way to check out the detailed specs of the Note20 and Note20 Ultra, and over here for the full announcement coverage of the duo. You can also read our Unpacked event coverage wrap-up here.
Those manufacturers evolved and gave a reduced notch or innovative pop up camera giving full screen zero notch experience. Something you can't get on latest iPhone. Even after 2 years along with their massive R&D, they can't get ...
Yeah im switching to iphone
Yes the Exynos and Bionic chip are worse as well. I guess the makers must come up with new cooling solutions or use the same stuff that Asus did with their ROG phones - they use exellecent cooling:)