ince its inception, the Note family has been designed with both work and play in mind, catering to all users whether they are looking for a functional device for work, or a powerful innovative place to express their creativity. No matter if we’re talking about the S-Pen, the Multi-Camera system, or the memory and battery; the Galaxy Note family has always pushed the limits in productivity and power.
Last month we were proud to announce the release of our newest Note devices (the Galaxy Note 20 & Note 20 Ultra) at our very first virtual Unpacked event. Samsung’s most feature-packed flagship yet builds on last year’s release with updates in the areas that Note users care about most. An advanced S Pen, an 8K camera, an immersive 120Hz display and the fastest processor the Galaxy family’s ever seen are just a few of the many upgrades that make the Galaxy Note20 Ultra a productivity powerhouse.
Check out the infographic below to learn more about how Samsung enhanced its newest Note! What are YOUR favorite features when it comes to the Note family, or the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra specifically?
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In Turkey the staff are not cooperative at all. worldwide its known first 14 days if any confirmed malfunction discovered the phone is changed, but they are deliberately maneuvering and don't want to give a clear answer, so we are hesitating to purchase new phones from Samsung.
I bought my wife the Note S20 Ultra 5G with 512GB storage as a gift. ATT only had it in black which is really dumb business strategy. But its OK because I put nothing but the Otterbox defender case on my phones due to the expense. I have to say that I am not really that impressed. It is much better than her Note 8 but I believe my Note 10 + is actually better. The battery life, so far on her phone is worse than her Note 8. When you pay $1500 for a phone you would think you could get at least a full day with EVERYTHING enabled. Samsung has really changed since the Note 7 disaster. I feel like they are passing their loss onto their devoted customers. She loves it, but I will have this experience in the back of my mind when I look for an upgrade to my Note 10+. Samsung needs to step it up and stop making us pay for its poor choices.