Will this be the last version of Samsung Note series?
Samsung Note 20 has created a big fuss in the market for its premium features and design that would beat every premium android launched this year. And just recently, Samsung signed the Note’s end contract as the company’s president TM Roh outlined the company’s plans for next 2021. This means that this model will be the last note any user will have from the company.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 plans
The company plans to concentrate on “expanding our portfolio of foldable” over the next year in order to deliver “super-intelligent, pro-grade camera and video capabilities” across its phone series.
However, according to Samsung CEO Koh, “We’ve also been paying attention to people’s favorite aspects of the Galaxy Note experience and are excited to add some of its most well-loved features to other devices in our lineup.”
Based on speculations, Samsung was exploring and exhausting S Pen support for the Galaxy S21. Meaning to bring stylus to more of their phones for productivity and creative uses and making the company likely to sell cases that allow you to carry the stylus at all times. Koh then added that the company will share more in January, when the S21 is rumored to launch at an Unpacked event.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has now been released to market with a shining $1,299 price tag. However, Samsung says this is more than just a smartphone, for it has evolved into a great note-taking device with a powerful 50x zoom camera.
The Note 20 Ultra is also impressive for its massive 6.9-inch display with a dynamic 120Hz refresh rate. It showed a sharp 108MP camera with laser autofocus and a more responsive S Pen with a 9ms response rate. It is also powered by the Snapdragon 865 Plus chip and most of the S Pen upgrades.
This means that this chipset gives that boost by 10% clock speed, up to 3.1 GHz, and graphics are also 10% faster.
And the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra processor is paired with a 12GB of RAM and either 128GB or 512GB of internal storage. These features beat the regular Galaxy Note 20.