The all-new Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G ready for pre-order. It’s ‘Powerful Bling’ with a price tag to match

Samsung released the all-new Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G and Galaxy Note20 5G for pre-order at the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event. The Note20 series should be available in August 2020. We have been waiting for the new phones since the last major Samsung event in February 2020, where the Galaxy S20 series was announced. The new Note20 mobile phones are Samsungs newest flagship contributions in the mobile phone world. Samsung hopes to keep you entertained and productive with interactive features that make the Note20 series a powerful phone. Samsung didn’t leave much to be desired here. Let’s take a look at the design and the specs.

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Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G Specifications

When we talked about the announcement of the Galaxy S20 at the Galaxy UNPACKED 2020 event in February, we knew that the Galaxy Note20 series was close behind. There is not much difference here between the Note20 Ultra and the S20 Ultra, but it should be noted what’s under the Galaxy Note20’s hood.

  • Weight: 208g
  • Build: Gorilla Glass Victus, Stainless Steel frame, IP68, Stylus
  • Display: AMOLED 2X capacitive touch screen, 6.9″, 120 Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865+
  • Communication: 5G, WiFi 6 – there we go, enough said. We just reached the current top echelon.
  • Memory: 128 GB 12GB RAM, up to 512 GB 12GB Ram. I think we just got a small computer inside a powerhouse phone.
  • Camera: 108 MP, 5x Optical Zoom, 50x hybrid zoom. This is where Samsung has trying to surpass the Google Pixel. 8K Video – whoa.
  • Battery: 4500 mAh, Fast-charging 25W, Wireless charging, and Reverse wireless charging up to 9W.
  • Price: $1000 USD (128GB)

Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G

There are a few things that I find amazingly significant about the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G. You have the Performance, Gaming, Productivity, and Powerful Bling (yep, that’s my new word for this phone, you can read below).

Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G Performance

When you look at the specs of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G (that’s a lot to say in one breath), you’ll see the capability of having a 6.9″ display in your hands with up to 512 GB capacity at 12GB ram. That’s better than some laptops right now, and it’s in your hands. It’s running Samsung’s explicit version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+, which is just about the top of Qualcomm chipset offerings right now. Even the Google Pixel 4 is running Snapdragon 855. 4500 mAh battery life is a lot of battery life. It seems like you’re going to need it with all the multiple apps running on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G.

Galaxy Note20 Ultra Gaming

The Galaxy Note20 Ultra is also a mobile gaming device. Microsoft’s Xbox is basically telling consumers that you can stream your Xbox games on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G with Xbox GamePass Ultimate (available September 2020). That’s how confident they are on the specifications of the new Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G. I guess with 5G and WiFi 6, streaming games with such quality is now possible.

Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G Productivity

Having a phone that’s that actually a computer, in your hand. In a 6.9″ display could be a powerful thing to have when you’re on the go. Now add a stylus to that. Samsung has given consumers the ability to sync all their notes, translate writing into readable text, and sketches into recordable PowerPoint presentations. The collaboration with Microsoft to get your notes into OneNote and Outlook emails is a fabulous idea.

Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G – A world phone with Powerful Bling

It looks like the designers at Samsung had a ton of fun building this phone. They offer the phone in Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze. The Galaxy Note20 Ultra also is also built to withstand some hardships with the Gorilla Glass Victus and the Stainless Steel frame. It’s meant to be that piece of hardware you leave on the desk to make a statement with color and design.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G – Powerful Bling

Ok, Samsung is winning the Powerful Bling award here. Its meant to be everywhere and work everywhere with its 5G capability. I think “Powerful Bling” is my new onomatopoeia. Maybe there is an action hero that will start using that superpower. Otherwise, the Samsung Note20 Ultra is really the powerful PC in your hands, where you can work, play, take amazing photos at 108 MP and zoom from a mile away. You can also use the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G to have your mobile gaming device streaming Xbox games with ease. Or you can use the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G as your work device and leave the laptop at home. It’s got a hefty price tag of $1000 USD, but Samsung basically put the PC in your hands and made a line of Galaxy Smart devices that work seamlessly to keep you within the Samsung ecosystem. Why would you need anything else?

Get ready for the world of new echelon mobile computing.