Samsung and Apple have long been vying for dominance in the smartphone sector, with the two technological powerhouses constantly seeking to best its competitor by delivering increasingly high-performance and competitively-priced mobile gadgets. And Samsung’s latest move in its bid for supremacy in the space comes in the form of the new Galaxy Note20 5G and Note20 Ultra 5G.
Presumably taking aim at Apple’s newly-announced iPhone 12 Max and Max Pro, the new Note20 smartphones both feature Snapdragon 865+ processors, 5G connectivity, and come paired with a new smartpen. The regular Note20 gets a 6.7” flat Infinity-O FHD+ Super AMOLED+ display, 128GB of internal storage, 8GB of Ram, and a 4,300mAh battery, while the premium Ultra-spec packs a 6.9” edge Infinity-O Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, and a bump in RAM, battery life, and memory with 12GB, a 4,500mAh cell, and 128GB with 12GB of expandable memory. The top-shelf Ultra also boasts a 108MP rear-facing camera and a 10MP front-facing unit, while the base model sports a 64MP camera on the back and a 10MP item in front. Offered in three colors, the Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G and Note20 Ultra 5G are available for preorder now, with pricing set at $1,000 and $1,300 respectively.
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