A 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2 K display comes in the Galaxy Note 20. The Note 20 Ultra, on the other hand, comes with a 6.9-inch Dynamix AMOLED 2K Display and, indeed, it has a refresh rate of 120Hz. Both have HDR10 + approval.
Samsung is using the toughest Gorilla Glass in its Note 20 series, the Gorilla Glass Victus. Moreover, on these two computers, they claim to have a quicker CPU. Well, we do know which processors would end up anyway on these machines. A 7 nm processor with different clock speeds, depending on the area, will be the processor used here.
The Note 20 is now available for just $1,049 (512GB variant) under the “Samsung Days” Sale. The 128GB is ($1,099) $50 more than that of the larger model.
The deal is available on Amazon, click here to purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra 5g.
The 5G Ready latest Flagship by Samsung is an overhaul powerhouse with great specifications, and this it the right time to grab the deal.
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