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SAMSUNG Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G Cell Phone, Factory Unlocked Android Smartphone, 128GB, S Pen Included, Mobile Gaming, 6.9” Infinity-O Display Screen, Long Battery Life, US Version, Mystic Bronze
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|Model Name||Note 20 Ultra 5G|
|Memory Storage Capacity||128 GB|
|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB, NFC|
|Screen Size||6.9 Inches|
|Wireless network technology||LTE|
About this item
- S PEN & SAMSUNG NOTES: Pen precision meets PC power with S Pen & Samsung Notes..Form_factor : Smartphone
- INTELLIGENT BATTERY & SUPER FAST CHARGE: All-day intelligent battery learns how to optimize battery life, while super fast charging boosts your battery in minutes¹.
- DISPLAY & GAMING: Breathtaking screen refresh rate, adaptive Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, Galaxy 5G support & advanced processor, allows for a smooth gaming experience.Bluetooth:5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX
- HYPERFAST PROCESSOR: Samsung’s fastest Note processor transforms your gaming and binging with less interruption.
- POINT-TO-SHARE: Share information directly with other compatible Samsung devices.
- EXPANDABLE MEMORY: Store all your photos and videos with up to 1TB of expandable memory with MicroSD card (sold separately).
- POWER OF 5G: Get next-level power for everything you love to do with Samsung Galaxy 5G: share more, game harder, experience more.
- ¹Battery power consumption depends on usage patterns and results may vary.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G phone takes power to the next level, letting you master whatever you choose to do next. With pen precision that meets PC power using S Pen and Samsung Notes, it feels like you’re using a real pen to jot down notes and sketch ideas. Perfect for work, play, and everything in between, the hyper-fast processor allows you to multitask without slowing down, while making file sharing a breeze with Point to Share. Experience smooth gameplay on the adaptive Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with the best Galaxy for mobile gaming, and low blue light emissions on the 6.9-inch Infinity-O display. The ultimate productivity tool, operate from mobile to PC seamlessly with Link to Windows and share files with a simple drop and drag, and convert into Microsoft Word or PowerPoint, across all your Galaxy devices without ever worrying about running out of charge, thanks to the intelligent battery and super-fast charge. Introducing the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G series. Battery power consumption depends on usage patterns and results may vary. 5G speeds vary and require optimal network and connection (factors include frequency, bandwidth, congestion).
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Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2021
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The Note 20 Ultra is a great phone and my wife has the iPhine 12 Pro Max. There's simply no comparison between the two, the Note 20 Ultra is simply the better phone in nearly all aspects (despite the paid report/reviews you read). If you're in the iOS space, the iPhone 12 is snappy and has decent cameras. It also offers 5g, although I see no difference on Verizon's version of 5g on the iPhone (my Note 20 Ultra is on T-Mobile).
What I don't like on the Note 20 Ultra are the buttons (now all on one side) and the fingerprint reader that has about a 30% success rate.
Although I've had Samsung phones, I'm not a Samsung fan. Their bloatware is excessive and their constant sneakingly pushing you into Samsung's account services that conflict with Google's superior products are shameful. Samsung's hardware is very good while the software and practices are unfortunate. I've only stuck with the Samsung line for one reason, the S-pen. I don't use it often, but, when I do I like it. Now that Samsung calls this the end of the road for the Note line, my next phone won't be a Samsung unit. Til then, I like this phone and mated with the right case makes it a nice daily driver.
Over the many years, the devices have improved. Although I love the note 20 ultra, the box was missing a very important accessory. This accessory was the akg headphones that were supposed to come in the box considering how expensive the phones are in the present.
Missing this piece is really frustrating and samsung did not give me the headphones so now I have to purchase new ones. I also did not get the galaxy buds which would have been a great addition. Overall having experience with both the top 2 flagship, I prefer Samsung. The biometrics are flawed when turning the screen on and it won't turn on so I have to push the button on the side. The bottom only had one speaker grill and that is annoying as well. The hole in the top is also a defect that needs to be erased. The best parts of the Samsung note 20 ultra is the customizable features to the screen images and the s pen. The camera looks super premium and has very good quality. The front camera is also much better than previous models for selfies.
I hope this helps. It gets tough to get used too if you owned an i phone.
-No issues with actually using the phone. Its wierd getting used to the inscreen camera dot, but im sure ill get used to that.
-Design gripes i have two:
1) Fingerprint scanner is just awkwardly placed and spotty at best in recognition. Ill be redoing my screen protector, maybe that will alleviate the spotty issues, but i dont believe it will removed the positioning issues. Its a neat technical marvel and all, but the rear mount was by far better in placement and use.
2) Why dear god why did the put the S-pen slot on the other side? I could see that being handy for a lefty, but im a righty. I would have preffered that being left alone as well. Two versions would probably be ideal, but probably technically unfeasable.
-Overall very solid phone. I moved from a note8 to this, so not major usage leaps.
- Phone screwed up a few things that were already working well, Spen placement and fingerprint
scanner. Dear Samsung, please go back to what worked.
04/26/21 update: A feature new to me called WiFi Calling was turned on. This was eating up my battery life. I turned it off and my battery life is what I expected.
Updated Review: After having a new replacement handset (from Best Buy) Note 20 Ultra 128gb, Mystic Bronze for the last five months, I gotta say I love this phone! I've owned older gen Notes and now see all the improvements over the years. Too many cool things to say about this phone; I'm still learning new features, etc.! Also what I thought were scratches on the thin top and bottom of phone turned out to be protective plastic; meant to be discarded after purchase! Lol. Battery is fantastic! SD a amazing! Clear kickstand case is way to go for me. This will be your goto device for everything. Advise; learn the details to get the best performance. Although Macro photography could use some help on future Notes. Did I mention I love this phone?
Nice price, but not as advertised. The handset couldn't be used with Verizon in the northeastern USA. And the bottom and top edges where scratched. I'm assuming it was produced in the factory that way. Too bad I can't get back all of the time I spent with this dud.