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Purchase my Note20 2 weeks ago, received in the mail and set it up transferring my Galaxy 6S data to the Note 20. it went fairly well but I had to search around to set up the Note20 the way I wanted it. battery lasted the entire day even with all the mechaniations I was putting it through setting it up. Placed it on the wireless charger overnight and was fully charged. Used it all the next day and placed it back on the wireless charger and nothing. Restarted the phone placed it back on the chargeer and still nothing, tried another time with hte same result. used the wire charger to charge the phone and brought it Back to T-moblie the next day. Ordered a new phone and it came in a few days later, shipped the other one back to Samsung. Set the new one up and it is working fine, I like the speed, the screen size and clarity and the battery usage (battery has been lasting the whole day even with some heavey usage). Overall I'm pleased with the phone. Still have to get used to all the bells and whistles though.
What I don't like about the Note 20 is that I can't close out apps that I am not using. On my old galaxy I could go to the apps screen and either close all the apps or just indivdual ones. With this vrsion of Android I can't close indivdual apps, it's either all or nothing.
On the bar at the bottom, there is a recent tasks button, it can be either the left or the right button depending on how you set up the phone. Hit this to view the apps running on your phone. Swipe up on any task to close it, or left and right to choose a different task if you dont want to close the one currently on the screen.