Note 20 ultra bluetooth version

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  • Battery
    • Usage time: All-day battery
    • Battery size/type: mAh
    • Wireless charging type: WPC, PMA
  • Keyboard
    • Touch screen with on-screen keyboard
  • Dimensions
    • ” x ” W x ” D
    • oz
  • Memory
    • 12GB RAM, / GB ROM
    • Expandable memory: Up to 1TB
  • Operating System
  • Processor
    • Qualcomm Snapdragon Plus, GPU MHz


  • Anti-theft
  • Advanced messaging
  • Device Unlock App
  • Emergency Alerts (WEA)
  • Number Verified
  • SIM card
  • System Manager (Carrier IQ)
  • T-Mobile Video Calling


  • Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac
  • Wi-Fi web browsing
  • Wi-Fi sharing
  • Wi-Fi Calling
  • NFC


  • Bluetooth® ,  A2DP, AVRCP, HID, HSP, HFP, OPP, PBAP, MAP, PAN(only PANU), HOGP, DI (Device ID Profile)
  • Chrome and Samsung browser
  • Tethering APN
  • USB Type-C


  • 5G ( MHz, GHz, mmWave, Standalone (SA))
  • 4G LTE
  • Roaming Bands
    • 1, 3, 7, 8, 13,18,19,20,25,26,28, 34, 38, 39, 40,41
  • 3G / 4G (HSPA / UMTS / HSPA+)
    • Band I (), Band II (), Band IV (/), Band V ()
  • 2G (GSM, GPRS, and EDGE)


  • HD Voice Capable
  • VoLTE Capable


  • (Wide) MP OIS AF F + (Tele) 12MP OIS AF F + (Ultrawide) 12MP FF F + Laser AF + Flash, 50X Space Zoom (rear facing)
  • 10MP AF F (main display)
  • Flash


  • Autofocus
  • Face detection
  • Super Slow-Motion Capture
  • Video recording


  • Stereo audio (with headset)
  • Image support: A-GIF, BMP, GIF, JPEG, P-JPEG, PNG, WebP, WBMP, RAW


  • Video support: MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM
  • HAC support: M4, T3

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra closely follows the Galaxy S20 Ultra in terms of design. Specs-wise, we have the Snapdragon chipset and an Exynos one to match in all non-US regions accompanied by 12GB of RAM and up to GB storage. At the back is situated a triple-camera setup with the same MP sensor from the S20 Ultra. S Pen and 5G come off as standard. The Note 20 Ultra is the first phone to make use of the latest and toughest Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. The phone is available for purchase (starting price is $).

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Size: inches
Resolution: x pixels, ratio, PPI
Technology:Dynamic AMOLED
Refresh rate:Hz
Screen-to-body: %
Features:HDR support, Scratch-resistant glass (Corning Gorilla Glass Victus), Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor



System chip:Qualcomm Snapdragon + SMAB
Processor:Octa-core, MHz, Kryo , bit, 7 nm
Internal storage:GB, available to use: GB
Storage expansion:microSDXC up to GB
Device type:Smartphone
OS:Android (11, 10), Samsung One UI



Capacity: mAh
Type:Li - Polymer, Not user replaceable
Battery life test results:link
Charging:Qualcomm Quick Charge , Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging, Qi and Powermat wireless charging, Reverse wireless charging



Rear:Triple camera Camera samples
Main camera: MP (OIS, Laser and PDAF)
Specifications:Aperture size: F; Focal length: 26 mm; Sensor size: 1/"; Pixel size: μm
Second camera:12 MP (Telephoto, OIS, PDAF)
Specifications:Optical zoom: x; Aperture size: F; Focal Length: mm; Pixel size: 1 μm
Third camera:12 MP (Ultra-wide, Autofocus)
Specifications:Aperture size: F; Focal Length: 13 mm; Sensor size: 1/"; Pixel size: μm
Video recording:x (8K UHD) (24 fps), x (4K UHD) (60 fps), x (Full HD) ( fps), x (HD) ( fps)
Features:OIS, HDR, Time-lapse video, Hyperlapse, Object tracking, EIS
Front:10 MP (PDAF, HDR)
Video capture:x (4K UHD)


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Dimensions: x x inches ( x x mm)
Weight: oz ( g)
Materials:Back: Glass (Corning Gorilla Glass Victus); Frame: Stainless steel
Resistance:Water, Dust; IP68
Biometrics:2D Face unlock, Ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint
Keys:Right: Volume control, Lock/Unlock key
Colors:Mystic black, Mystic bronze, Mystic white


5G:n2, n5, n41, n66, n71, n, n, SA, NSA, Sub-6, mmWave
LTE (FDD):Bands 1(), 2(), 3(), 4(AWS-1), 5(), 7(), 8(), 12( a), 13( c), 14( PS), 18( Lower), 19( Upper), 20( DD), 25(+), 26(+), 28( APT), 29( d), 30( WCS), 66(AWS-3), 71()
LTE (TDD):Bands 38(), 39(+), 40(), 41(+), 46, 48()
UMTS:Bands 1(), 2(), 4(/), 5(), 8()
Data Speed:LTE-A Pro Cat 20 (/ Mbit/s), HSDPA+ (4G) Mbit/s, HSUPA Mbit/s
SIM type:Nano SIM
HD Voice:Yes


Headphones:No mm jack
Speakers:Earpiece, Multiple speakers
Features:Bit DAC, Dolby Atmos, aptX, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus
Screen mirroring:Wireless screen share
Additional microphone(s):for Noise cancellation

Connectivity & Features

Wi-Fi: a, b, g, n, ac, ax (Wi-Fi 6), dual-band; MIMO, Wi-Fi Direct, Hotspot
USB:Type-C (reversible), USB
Features:Charging, Headphones port, OTG, Video out
Location:GPS, A-GPS, Glonass, Galileo, Cell ID, Wi-Fi positioning
Sensors:Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Hall (for flip covers), Barometer
Other:NFC, ANT+
Hearing aid compatible:M3, T3

Regulatory Approval

FCC approval:
Date approved:Jul 06,
Measured SAR:
Head: W/kg
Body: W/kg
Simultaneous Transmission: W/kg
Wireless Router: W/kg
Phablet: W/kg


Officially announced:Aug 05,
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra review: big phone, small updates

Samsung has settled into a new routine for its Galaxy Note line of smartphones: take some of the major new features from the flagship Galaxy S updates from earlier in the year, improve on them slightly, and add a stylus. Instead of being the first with new technology, the Note has become the phone that refines it.

If there is something new for Samsung’s routine, it’s this new “Ultra” moniker at the end of its flagship S and Note phones. We’re used to phones coming in small and big, but now Samsung wants to introduce yet another tier. Near as I can tell, what “Ultra” mostly means is going all-out on every possible spec and making the camera bump gigantic. Samsung has long felt the likes of OnePlus and Huawei (at least until this year) nipping at its heels, and the Ultra tier of its phones is Samsung’s answer to anybody who thinks it can’t make the highest-level Android phone.

Ultra also means ultra-pricey, as the Note 20 Ultra starts at $1, for a model with GB of storage. You can bump that all the way up to GB for $1,

There are lots of great things about routines: they are predictable, they allow you to build up skills, they are comfortable and familiar. But they can also lead you to fall into a rut. The Note 20 Ultra avoids that trap, fortunately — not because it has new ideas, but because it does such a good job with the same old ones.

There’s no one thing I can point at to explain what makes the Note 20 Ultra such a good phone. But there are a lot of little things.

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra hardware

The Note 20 Ultra is a huge phone with a inch screen. It’s so big that I want to bring back the term “phablet” just to describe it. That’s because it’s large enough to cross some hazy line where it begins to feel like a little tablet instead of a large phone. Normally, I reach for my Kindle when I want to read an ebook or a Switch when I want a portable game machine, but the screen on the Note 20 Ultra is big enough that I never felt like I needed either.

The Note 20 Ultra’s most prominent hardware feature is a promontory. It has this massive, mesa-like camera bump on the back that houses the three cameras, a laser focus sensor, and the flash. It’s not just that it’s huge, it’s that it juts straight out of what is otherwise a vast, flat expanse of phone.

Camera bump aside, I don’t think anybody is designing nicer phone hardware right now than Samsung. The Galaxy S20 is my favorite phone hardware of the year so far because it has the cleanest lines. The Note 20 Ultra doesn’t quite rise to that level because of the camera bump, but it’s an otherwise flawless execution of what I expect a Note to be.

That means it has a big screen, yes, but it also means that it has squared-off corners, minimal bezels, and is symmetrical front to back. Samsung has a new finish on the back that’s matted instead of glossy. That hides fingerprints, but it (counterintuitively) makes the phone a little more slippery. Samsung is highlighting the bronze color this year, and for good reason: it’s beautiful.

One other oddity: the S Pen stylus silo is on the left-hand side of the phone instead of the right. As a righty, I find it a little off-putting. But I figure it’s time leftys had something swing their way.

Note 20 Ultra screen and specs

There aren’t a lot of surprises with the Note 20 Ultra when it comes to its specs or performance. The screen, in particular, is excellent. It’s big, obviously, but all of the little technical details are spot-on. The color accuracy, viewing angles, and brightness are all superb; I had no problem using it outside in bright, direct sunlight. It’s a quad HD + OLED at ppi, supporting HDR10+ and a few different color options. It’s also using Corning’s latest, stupidly named Gorilla Glass “Victus.”

But the reason the screen is so great isn’t the resolution or the glass; it’s the refresh rate. It can hit Hz, and — in a first for Samsung — it’s a variable refresh rate. The screen dynamically adjusts based on what’s being displayed and can ratchet all the way down to 10Hz if nothing’s moving.

Maximalists will likely sneer at the fact that Samsung won’t let you simultaneously set the maximum resolution and the high refresh rate at the same time, but I don’t care, and I can’t see the difference in resolution anyway. The trade-off is better battery life, and the battery life on the Note 20 Ultra is excellent.

I’m regularly getting through two days of use. Even if I push this thing super hard by shooting 8K video and playing streaming games, it still clocks in around six hours of screen time and doesn’t need to be plugged in until I sleep.

The battery life out of that 4,mAh cell is all the more impressive because it’s powering a lot. The Note 20 Ultra has a Qualcomm Snapdragon + processor, which has a separate modem for 5G (an extra power draw). There’s 12GB of RAM — enough to multitask — and the usual assortment of other Samsung specs: in-screen ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, wireless and reverse wireless charging, expandable storage, stereo speakers, Bluetooth 5, NFC, MST, IP68 water resistance, wireless DeX over Miracast.

Samsung even tossed in a UWB radio just like the iPhone — and just like the iPhone, it seems like it’s here more as a braggy spec sheet checkbox than as an actually useful feature.

It supports both sub-6 and mmWave versions of 5G, and I continue to believe that 5G is still not worth the price premium it commands. Where I live, I find that, at best, it’s only 10 to 20 percent faster than LTE. And in some rare cases, it’s actually slower than LTE.

Overall, general performance on the Note 20 Ultra is top-notch. Apps never seem to close in the background, stutters are nonexistent, and the refresh rate on the screen makes everything feel that much smoother.

The S Pen and Samsung software

There is one spec that is genuinely impressive: Samsung has reduced the latency on the S Pen stylus. It’s down to 9ms (80 percent faster than the Note 10) through a combination of faster processing, a higher refresh rate screen, and some predictive machine learning that can intuit where the stylus is going ahead of time.

It’s impressive because it’s tangible: latency when drawing and writing with the S Pen is the best I’ve ever seen on a phone. The virtual ink flows right out from the stylus tip with nary a gap.

Generally speaking, my advice when it comes to the Note is this: if you definitely want a stylus, your only choice is a Note. If you don’t know if you want a stylus, you probably don’t. It’ll just be a thing that you use a few times and then forget about.

I have always been in the latter camp. After a day or two, I just don’t bother with the S Pen. But this year, I found myself using it a ton. It’s not because of the latency, and it’s certainly not because of Samsung’s silly “air actions” that let you wave the S Pen around like a magic wand remote control.

It’s because of Samsung Notes. I’m going to write a sentence now, and you’re probably not going to believe it. I can hardly believe it. But after a week or so with the Note 20 Ultra, I stand by it. Here we go.

Samsung Notes is the best notes app you can get on a phone.

Samsung’s notes app already does stuff that Apple Notes is just catching up to and Microsoft’s mobile OneNote app still can’t pull off, like letting you highlight your handwriting and copy it as plain text. It also lets you export out your notes (longhand or typed) to a Word doc, PowerPoint, plain text file, image, or a PDF.

Even if you never pull the S Pen out of its silo, the Samsung Notes app is well-designed, handling quick lists and longer notes equally well. It has just the right amount of text formatting, and this year, it added the ability to organize your notes into folders (finally).

But it’s when you use the S Pen that Samsung Notes really sings. Its handwriting recognition is as good as I’ve seen on any gadget — and, of course, your handwritten notes are searchable, too. New this year, Samsung Notes also (finally) can directly annotate PDFs.

If you write at an odd angle, you can tap a button to straighten your handwriting so it flows naturally down the screen. That seems like a silly thing, but it makes your notes much more readable. Notes also does the trick where it can record audio as you jot down notes so that you can go back later and tap on your jotting and hear what was said at that precise moment.

There is a problem with Samsung Notes, though: it’s only that good on the Note 20 Ultra itself. There is a desktop app (who knew?), but the truth is I wouldn’t trust most of my digital life to Samsung Notes unless I could get to everything in it more easily on other devices. Later this year, Samsung Notes will be able to one-way sync to Microsoft OneNote. I haven’t been able to test it yet, and it’s annoying that it isn’t a two-way sync, but it should help.

Samsung’s love affair with Microsoft is getting really serious this year. In addition to Notes’ one-way sync, reminders and tasks will sync both ways with Outlook. Later this year, Microsoft’s Your Phone app on Windows will allow you to mirror multiple apps at once from the Note.

Samsung is also pushing Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service. I’ve been using the beta, and it’s really good. Playing an Xbox game on the Note’s big (for a phone) screen feels completely natural. It’s a bigger screen than even my Switch Lite. Stadia is fine, too — but it won’t have Microsoft’s game library.

The rest of Samsung’s One UI version of Android is par for the Samsung course. Lately, Samsung has lost a bit of discipline when it comes to software design. The company is always tempted to lade on too many weird features and get you to use too many weird Samsungy services. The experience on the Note 20 suffers as a result. Inside Samsung’s own apps, you’ll sometimes run into gigantic banner ads; Samsung Health is particularly egregious. Dial it back, Sammy.

Also: Bixby. Instead of letting this poor excuse for a digital assistant languish any longer, Samsung needs to send Bixby to be with relatives in that farm upstate where it can live happily ever after.

The Note 20 Ultra camera

With a camera bump this big, you’d expect the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to have an impressive camera system. It does — although the actual photos you get out of it aren’t always great. However, the important thing is that Samsung has largely recovered from the problems that beset the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

I think the Note 20 Ultra has a camera system that’s on par with the best phones out there, except for one part: Samsung biffed it with the selfie camera.

Here’s an example. I took the exact same selfie with a Note 20 Ultra and a Pixel 4. My boss Nilay Patel took one look at the Note’s photo and asked why it made me look like a ham. I hereby dub the Note 20 Ultra’s selfie camera the #Hamcam.

This is a terrible photo, and I have a bunch more like it, but I also have some that look darn good. I’m not sure how or why the camera decides to ham it up, either. Even if you turn off every face smoothing and filter option, Samsung’s selfie camera still applies something to clean up faces. I wish it didn’t because I know there’s a good camera in there somewhere.

The rest of the cameras fare much better. You get three cameras: a megapixel ultrawide, a megapixel telephoto with a periscope assembly, and a megapixel main wide-angle. Let’s take them in order from simplest to most complicated.

Generally, the ultrawide sensor on any phone is the weakest of the bunch, and that’s the case here. However, the ultrawide on the Note 20 Ultra is better than that average. I’m pleased with the dynamic range, in particular, which is important for landscapes.

For the telephoto, Samsung went with its “folded” periscope system. So the sensor sits behind a set of mirrors that extends its real optical zoom range to 5x. Samsung also has this thing it calls “Space Zoom” that lets you combine the optical and digital zooms to get into 50x. Interestingly, the S20 Ultra has a higher megapixel count and offers x zoom, which means Samsung dialed it back for the Note.

“Space zoom” can do 50x, but it’s not very usable.

Good. The S20 Ultra was never anything more than a parlor trick over, say, 15x zoom — but it was fairly impressive at 15x. The same applies to the Note 20 Ultra. Pinch all the way in to 50x, and you’re looking at something more akin to abstract art. But at 10x or so, it’s better than the iPhone 11 Pro and competitive with the Pixel 4. Those phones can’t zoom farther than that, but the Note 20 can, and I got decent results at 15 or even 20x.

Then there’s the main megapixel camera. This sensor is Samsung’s own, and Samsung’s whole project with cameras this year is to make a generational leap over the Sony sensor-using competition by utilizing all of those megapixels.

Samsung stumbled out of the gate with the S20 Ultra, which had serious focusing problems that were only partially mitigated by a software update. The Note 20 Ultra has that update, but, more importantly, it also has a laser autofocus system. It’s a brute force hardware solution, but it works: close up, the focusing is much quicker and far more reliable than the S20 Ultra’s.

You can take megapixel photos, but the reality is that you’ll almost never get enough added detail to be worth it. Better to stick with the default megapixel images, the result of combining (known as “binning”) multiple pixels together. Those results are classic Samsung: good but sometimes a little oversmoothened and / or oversharpened.

Samsung has fallen a step behind the iPhone in terms of color and still hasn’t caught up to the Pixel in terms of detail, but I still think it’s ahead of most of the rest of the Android pack. Surprisingly, I found myself preferring the Note 20 Ultra’s low-light mode photos to the Pixel’s. In those cases, at least, Samsung’s penchant for smoothing made for a more pleasing image in extremely low light.

Finally: video. I am a much bigger fan of Samsung’s Pro Mode for video than I expected to be. Yes, there’s an 8K option in there, and yes, I think that outside anything but ideal conditions shooting simple subjects, you should stick to 4K or lower. But the interface for pro mode is clean and clear. And Samsung has added lots of microphone options, a relative rarity on phones. You can switch between the front mic, rear mic, or the omni mic. You can also plug in a USB-C mic or record off a Bluetooth headset.

It’s fair to call the Note 20 Ultra an iterative update. Doubly so: it’s a refinement of the same Note design that Samsung has been refining for half a decade, and internally, it’s a bunch of tweaks to the Galaxy S20 Ultra from earlier this year.

Beyond that inconsistent selfie camera and Samsung’s refusal to just kill off its Bixby digital assistant, there’s nothing in the Note 20 that I would send back to the drawing board. And though there’s no single big feature that is a must-have, there are lots of little things that made me remember how amazing smartphones can be.

I still can’t get over how good the experience of using the stylus in Samsung Notes is, if only because I’ve been trained by years of Samsung’s software overpromises. This time, it actually delivers. Streaming Xbox games on it is truly immersive and fun — and the battery has the stamina to hold up for hours of it. Even the gimmicky Space Zoom sometimes paid off.

If you have a Note 10 or even a Note 9, this isn’t a necessary upgrade for you. And if you don’t think you’ll use the stylus, there are less expensive options that give you many of the same benefits.

The Note 20 Ultra is a very ostentatious, flashy phone. But this year, it didn’t get a flashy update. It got what amounts to a spec bump (and a camera bump to match). But that’s enough to make it perhaps the best flagship Android phone you can buy right now. Even for a phone as big as this, that is no small thing.


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Display" edge Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X
Infinity-O Display (x),ppi, HDR10+ certified
Hz refresh rate* Infinity-O Display: a near bezel-less, full-frontal screen.
*Measured diagonally, Galaxy Note20's screen size is " in the full rectangle and " with accounting for the rounded corners and Galaxy Note20 Ultra's screen size is " in the full rectangle and " with accounting for the rounded corners; actual viewable area is less due to the rounded corners and camera hole.
* Hz display only available on Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
Dimensions & Weight x x mm, g
[S Pen] × × mm, gS PenBluetooth enabled, Lithium Titanate Battery: Up to 24 hours of battery standby time
Pressure levels: , Pen tip diameter: mm, IP68* S Pen's operable distance extends approximately 10 meters from the device in open space. Control range may vary depending on surroundings and other factors.
* Using S Pen as a stylus does not require battery power. Actual battery life may vary depending on usage patterns and other factors.
* IP68 rating is based on test conditions for submersion in up to meters of freshwater for up to 30 minutes. Rinse residue/dry if wet.
CameraFront10MP Selfie Camera
- Dual Pixel AF
- Pixel size: μm
- FOV: 80˚
- F.No (aperture): FRear12MP Ultra Wide Camera
- Pixel size: μm
- FOV: ˚
- F.No (aperture): F

MP Wide-angle Camera
- Pixel size: μm 
- FOV: 79˚
- F.No (aperture): F
- 1/" image sensor size

12MP Telephoto Camera
- Pixel size: μm
- FOV: 20˚
- F.No (aperture): F

Laser AF Sensor

Space Zoom
- 5x Optical Zoom
- Up to 50x Super Resolution Zoom
OIS (Optical Image Stabilization)
Tracking AF* Galaxy Note20's Hybrid Optic Zoom combines high-resolution image sensor and lens.
* Super Resolution Zoom includes digital zoom, which may cause some image deterioration.
AP7nm bit Octa-Core Processor
- GHz(Maximum Clock Speed) + GHz + GHz7nm bit Octa-Core Processor
- GHz (Maximum Clock Speed) + GHz + 2GHz* May vary depending on market and carrier.
12GB RAM (LPDDR5) with GB internal storage
12GB RAM (LPDDR5) with GB internal storage
12GB RAM (LPDDR5) with GB internal storage

8GB RAM (LPDDR5) with GB internal storage
8GB RAM (LPDDR5) with GB internal storage* May differ by model, color, market and carrier.
* Actual storage available may vary depending on pre-installed software.
Expandable Memory & SIM CardSingle SIM model
- One Nano SIM and one MicroSD slot (up to 1TB)

Dual SIM model (Hybrid SIM slot)
- One Nano SIM and one Nano SIM or one MicroSD slot (up to 1TB)
* Expandable memory only available on Galaxy Note20 Ultra*Hybrid SIM tray only available on Galaxy Note20 Ultra. SIM card sold separately. Availability of dual SIM may vary depending on market or carrier.
*MicroSD card sold separately. Availability may vary depending on country and manufacturer.
*Use of eSIM on Galaxy device may be enabled by software update or disabled in some markets where it is purchased. Availability of eSIM mobile plan may vary depending on carrier.

Battery4,mAh (typical)*Typical value tested under third-party laboratory condition. Typical value is the estimated average value considering the deviation in battery capacity among the battery samples tested under IEC standard. Rated (minimum) capacity is mAh for Galaxy Note20 Ultra. Actual battery life may vary depending on network environment, usage patterns and other factors.ChargingImproved wireless charging speeds with Fast Wireless Charging USB PD (PPS) certified Fast Charging for wired charging (AFC and QC compatible)
*WPC certified Wireless charging
*Wireless PowerShare* Fast Wireless Charging currently available with Wireless Charger Stand, Wireless Charger Duo Pad, and other devices that support 10W or more wireless charging. Sold separately. Actual charging speed may vary depending on the actual usage, charging conditions, and other factors. Wireless charger requires power connection. Recommend using in-box charging cable and/or travel adapter for use of third party items may cause damage to the Wireless Charger Stand and Wireless Charger Duo Pad or a decrease in charging speed. 
*Wireless PowerShare is limited to Samsung or other brand smartphones with Qi wireless charging, such as Galaxy Z Fold2, Galaxy Note20, Galaxy Note20 Ultra, Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, Z Flip, Note10, Note10+, S10e, S10, S10+, Fold, S9, S9+, S8, S8+, S8 Active, S7, S7 edge, S7 Active, S6, S6 edge, S6 Active, S6 edge+, Note9, Note8, Note FE, Note5, and wearables such as Galaxy Buds Live, Galaxy Watch3, Galaxy Watch Active2, Galaxy Watch Active, Gear Sport, Gear S3, Galaxy Watch, and Galaxy Buds. If battery power is lower than 30% Wireless PowerShare may not function. May not work with certain accessories, covers, other brand devices, or some Samsung wearables. May affect call reception or data services, depending on your network environment.
OSAndroid 10
Network[5G] 5G Non-Standalone (NSA), Standalone (SA), Sub6 / mmWave
[LTE] Enhanced 4x4 MIMO, Up to 7CA, LTE Cat, Up to Gbps Download / Up to Mbps Upload
[Wi-Fi] Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac/ax G+5GHz, HE80, MIMO, QAM, Up to Gbps Download / Up to Gbps Upload
[Bluetooth] Bluetooth® v , USB type-C, NFC, Location (GPS, Galileo, Glonass, BeiDou)
[Ultra Wide Band]* Actual speed may vary depending on market, carrier, and user environment.
* Requires optimal 5G connection. Actual speed may vary depending on market, carrier, and user environment.
* Galileo and BeiDou coverage may be limited. BeiDou may not be available for certain markets.
* Ultra Wide Band supported on Galaxy Note20 Ultra.

PaymentNFC, MST* Available in select markets. Payment solutions and available features may vary depending on market, carrier, and service providers.
SensorsUltrasonic Fingerprint sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Hall sensor, Proximity sensor, Ambient Light SensorAuthenticationLock type: pattern, PIN, password
Biometric lock type: Fingerprint, Face recognitionAudio[Stereo speakers and Earphones sound by AKG]
Surround sound with Dolby Atmos technology (Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus included.)
* Earphones: Hybrid canal type, 2way dynamic unit

[Ultra high quality audio playback]
UHQ bit &DSD64/ support
PCM: Up to 32 bits, DSD: DSD64/
* DSD64 and DSD playback can be limited depending on the file format.

[Audio playback format]

Dual Audio: connect two Bluetooth devices to the Galaxy Note20 or Note20 Ultra to play audio through the two devices simultaneously.
* The two connected devices may exhibit a slight difference in sound output.

Scalable Codec: Enhanced Bluetooth connection under ambient radio frequency interference.
* Available only for certain accessories made by Samsung.

Recording quality is improved with the High AOP Mic that minimizes distortion in noisy environments.
* AOP: Acoustic Overload Point
Video[Video playback format]

[TV connection]
Wireless: Smart View (screen mirroring p at 30 fps)
Wired: supports DisplayPort over USB type-C. Supports video out when connecting via HDMI Adapter.
(DisplayPort 4K UHD at 60 fps)Water ResistanceIP68* IP68 is based on test conditions for submersion in up to meters of freshwater for up to 30 minutes. Rinse residue/dry if wet. Not advised for beach or pool use.
In the BoxDevice, Data Cable, Travel Adapter, Ejection Pin, Earphones sound by AKG, Quick Start Guide, Clear Cover, Protective Film* Some of the listed components, including cover and protective film, may not be available depending on the model you purchase or the market you live in.
* If using a screen protector, it is recommended to use a Samsung product for better fingerprint recognition.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20

Line of Android-based phablets developed by Samsung Electronics

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Left: Galaxy Note 20
Right: Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

CodenameCanvas, c1, c2
BrandSamsung Galaxy
ManufacturerSamsung Electronics
SloganThe power to work and play.
SeriesGalaxy Note
ModelInternational models:
SM-Nx (Note 20 LTE)
SM-Nx (Note 20 5G)
SM-Nx (Note 20 Ultra LTE)
SM-Nx (Note 20 Ultra 5G)
(Last letter varies by carrier and international models)
Japanese models:
SCG06 (au, Note 20 Ultra 5G)
SCA (NTT Docomo, Note 20 Ultra 5G)
Compatible networks2G, 3G, 4G, 4G LTE, 5G
First released21&#;August ; 14 months ago&#;()
PredecessorSamsung Galaxy Note 10
RelatedSamsung Galaxy S20
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
Form factorSlate
  • Note
    &#;mm ×&#;&#;mm ×&#;&#;mm (&#;in ×&#;&#;in ×&#;&#;in)
  • Note 20 Ultra:
    &#;mm ×&#;&#;mm ×&#;&#;mm (&#;in ×&#;&#;in ×&#;&#;in)
  • Note –&#;g (–&#;oz)
  • Note 20 Ultra: &#;g (&#;oz)
Operating systemOriginal:Android 10 with One UI
Upgradable:Android 12 with One UI 4
System on chipEurope, UAE, Asia Pacific (Except East Asia), and Brazil:Samsung Exynos
East Asia (Greater China, South Korea, Japan), North America and Latin America (Except Brazil):Qualcomm Snapdragon +
Octa-core (2x GHz Mongoose M5 & 2x GHz Cortex-A76 & 4x GHz Cortex-A55
Octa-core (1x GHz Kryo & 3x GHz Kryo & 4x GHz Kryo )
GPUExynos:Mali-G77 MP11
Memory8 or 12&#;GB LPDDR RAM
Storage, or &#;GB UFS
Removable storage
  • Note None
  • Note 20 Ultra:microSDXC, expandable up to 1 TB
Single SIM or Hybrid Dual SIM in dual stand-by
  • Note &#;mAh
  • Note 20 Ultra: &#;mAh
  • Supports Fast Charging at 25W
  • Fast Qi/PMA wireless charging
  • Reverse wireless charging at 9W
  • USB Power Delivery
Data inputs
  • Note
    &#;in (&#;mm) Super AMOLED Plus capacitive touchscreen,  × p ( MP), ( ppi), 60&#;Hz refresh rate,
    Gorilla Glass 5
  • Note 20 Ultra:
    &#;in (&#;mm) Dynamic AMOLED 2X capacitive touchscreen,
     × p, ( ppi), &#;Hz refresh rate on p resolution,
    Gorilla Glass Victus
Both: 16M colours, HDR10+
External displayAlways on Display
Rear camera
  • Note
    12&#;MP, ƒ/, 26mm, 1/", µm (wide) + 64&#;MP, ƒ/, 1/", µm (telephoto) + 12&#;MP, ƒ/, 13mm, 1/", µm (ultrawide) Dual Pixel PDAF, 3× optical zoom, 30× hybrid zoom (optical and digital zoom combined)
  • Note 20 Ultra:
    &#;MP, ƒ/, 26mm, µm, 1/" (wide) + 12&#;MP, ƒ/, mm, 1/" (telephoto) + 12&#;MP, ƒ/, 13mm, µm, 1/" (ultrawide) PDAF, Laser AF, 5× optical zoom
[email protected], [email protected]/60fps, [email protected]/60/fps, [email protected], HDR10+, stereo sound recording, gyro-EIS & OIS, LED flash, auto-HDR, panorama
Front camera10 MP, ƒ/, 26mm (wide), 1/", µm

[email protected]/60fps, [email protected]

Dual video call, Auto-HDR
Soundbit/kHz stereo speakers tuned by AKG
ConnectivityGSM/CDMA/HSPA/EVDO/LTE/5G, WLAN, a/b/g/n/ac/ax, dual band, Wi-Fi Direct & Hotspot, Bluetooth , A2DP, LE & aptX, A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS & GALILEO, NFC, USB , Type-C reversible connector, USB On-The-Go
Water resistanceIP68, up to &#;m (&#;ft) for 30 minutes
OtherSamsung Galaxy S20

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (stylized and marketed as Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra) are Android-based phablets designed, developed, produced, and marketed by Samsung Electronics for their Samsung Galaxy Note series, succeeding the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series.[2][3][4][5] The phablets were announced on 5 August alongside the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Watch 3, Galaxy Buds Live and Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 during Samsung's Unpacked Event.[6][7][8][9]

Due to restrictions of the COVID pandemic on public and social gatherings, the Note 20 range were unveiled virtually at Samsung's newsroom in South Korea. At the event, Samsung announced that the smartphones include support for 5G connectivity, which allows for higher-bandwidth and lower-latency mobile connections where 5G network coverage is available. The Note 20's S-Pen has up to 4× better latency than that of previous generations. Mystic Green, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic Grey are colour options for the Note 20; Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black and Mystic White are colour options for the Note 20 Ultra. Unlike its predecessor, the Note 20 range does not feature a "+" model.[10][11]

The Galaxy Note 20 series also include a number of new software features, which include performance optimization for mobile gaming, wireless sync with desktop and laptop PCs, and improved DeX features for remotely connected to compatible devices.[12][13][14][15][16]


The Galaxy Note 20 series maintains a similar design with the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S20, with an Infinity-O display (first introduced on the Galaxy S10) containing a circular punch hole in the top center for the frontal selfie camera. The rear camera array is located in the corner with a rectangular protrusion like the Galaxy S20, housing three cameras.

Both use anodized aluminum for the frame like their predecessors. The Note 20 uses Gorilla Glass 5 for the screen; the back panel is reinforced polycarbonate, which has not been seen on a Note series phone since the Note 4 and Note Edge. The Note 20 Ultra has Gorilla Glass Victus for the screen.[17] Global color options are, Mystic Bronze, Mystic Grey, Mystic Green, Mystic Black and Mystic White. Moreover, the Mystic Green, Mystic Bronze and Mystic Grey color options on the Note 20, have a matte finish, whereas, only the Mystic Bronze on the Note 20 Ultra, has a matte finish. Mystic Bronze is available on both models, whereas Mystic Grey and Mystic Green, are limited to the Note 20; Mystic Black and Mystic Crush White are limited to the Note 20 Ultra. For the Note 20, Aura Red is exclusive to SK Telecom with GB of storage, replacing Mystic Green in South Korea; Prism Blue will be sold in India.




The Galaxy Note 20 line comprises two models with various hardware specifications; international models of the Note 20 utilize the Exynos system-on-chip, while the United States, Korean and Chinese models utilize the Qualcomm Snapdragon +. Both of the SoCs are based on a 7 nm+ processing technology node. The Exynos chipset comes the Mali-G77 MP11 GPU, whereas the Snapdragon chipset comes with the Adreno GPU.


The Galaxy Note 20 does not feature a curved display like the one found on the Note 20 Ultra. The Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra feature a inch p and inch p display, respectively. Both use an AMOLED with HDR10+ support and "dynamic tone mapping" technology, marketed as Super AMOLED Plus for the Note 20 and Dynamic AMOLED 2X for the Note 20 Ultra. The Note 20 has a fixed 60 Hzrefresh rate, however, the Note 20 Ultra offers a variable &#;Hz refresh rate. The settings have two options, 60&#;Hz and Adaptive, the latter of which uses a variable refresh rate that can adjust based on the content being displayed,[18] enabled by a more energy efficient LTPO backplane. Unlike the S20 series, the display will remain at &#;Hz regardless of the device's battery level, and can handle slightly higher temperatures before switching to 60&#;Hz.[19] Adaptive mode is limited to a FHD resolution, requiring users to switch to 60&#;Hz mode to enable QHD resolution. Both models utilize an ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint sensor.[12]


The base amount of RAM is 8 GB, paired with or GB of internal storage standard. The Note 20 Ultra has 12 GB RAM and GB UFS options, and has up to 1 TB of expandable storage via the microSD card slot.


The Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra use non-removable Li-Ion batteries, rated at mAh and mAh respectively.[12]

Qiinductive charging is supported as well as the ability to charge other Qi-compatible device from the Note 20's own battery power, which is branded as "Samsung PowerShare"; wired charging is supported over USB-C at up to 25 W.


The duo come with 5G standard connectivity, though some regions may have special LTE or sub-6&#;GHz only variants, and both omit the audio jack.[12]

It has NFC, eSIM, and Ultra-wideband technology.[20]

April 14, , Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G T-Mobile updated software to support eSIM, dual SIM (DSDS). Other carriers still do not enable eSIM, dual SIM function even though Galaxy Note20 Ultra already supports eSIM when out of the box.[21]


The Note 20 features similar camera specifications to that of the Samsung Galaxy S20, which include a 12 MP wide sensor with f/ aperture, a 64 MP telephoto sensor with f/ aperture, and a 12 MP ultrawide sensor with 12mm equivalent focal length. The telephoto camera supports 3× hybrid optical zoom and 10× digital zoom, which combined enables 30× hybrid zoom.[22]

The Note 20 Ultra has a more advanced camera setup than its counterpart, including a MP wide sensor, a 12 MP "periscope" telephoto sensor, and a 12 MP ultrawide sensor. The telephoto camera has a focal length of mm (35mm equivalent), which equals 5× optical zoom, and allows for 50× hybrid zoom (assisted by digital zoom). Laser autofocus is used in favor of the S20 Ultra's time-of-flight camera.[22]

The Note 20's telephoto sensor and the Note 20 Ultra's wide sensor use pixel binning to output higher quality images at a standard resolution, with the wide-angle sensor using Nonacell technology which groups 3x3 pixels to capture more light.[23]

The front camera uses a 10 MP sensor, and can record 4K video.

Single Take, introduced on the S20 series, allows users to capture photos or videos simultaneously with different sensors automatically. Both models can record 8K video at 24fps. On the Note 20, this is enabled by the 64 MP telephoto sensor, whereas the Note 20 Ultra's MP wide sensor natively supports 8K video.


The S-Pen has better latency at 26ms on the Note 20 and 9ms on the Note 20 Ultra, reduced from 42ms on the Note 10 and Note 10+. Additionally, it gains five new Air gestures that work across the UI by utilizing the accelerometers and gyroscope, as well as 'AI-based point prediction'. Battery life has also been improved from 10 hours to 24 hours.[24]


Earbuds are included in some countries such as the UK, but are not bundled in others such as the US.[25]


See also: Android (operating system)

The devices was shipped with Android 10 and One UI [26] A beta test for Android 11 was released later on in the year. Android 11 with One UI has been sent OTA (over-the-air) to the majority of Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra devices as of January

Software support

On August 18, , the Note 20 series along with a selection of other Samsung Galaxy devices, were announced to receive three generations of Android software update support.[27]

Xbox Game Pass[edit]

Samsung has partnered with Xbox to offer Xbox games on the Note In certain markets[vague], the Galaxy Note 20 will be offered with three months of free Xbox game pass along with an Xbox game pad; Xbox games will be playable from the phone to the TV.[28] More than 90 Xbox games are playable on the Note [29]


The Note 20 received mixed reviews. Reviews from various technology websites, such as TechRadar and The Verge, praised the Note 20 series for its redesigned S-Pen and camera performance. However, the baseline Note 20 was criticized for its lower quality display and plastic back panel despite the high starting price point.[30][31] Writing for TechRadar, James Peckham said in his verdict, "the Galaxy Note 20 is Samsung's new entry-level stylus-included smartphone for , but it's one that doesn't seem particularly exciting for the usual Note-loving crowd. It highlights some more affordable features compared to its more exciting Ultra sibling but it may well be just as good for those who don’t want to spend top dollar."[30] There was a pronounced difference in the performance of the two processors available, which caused concern that Exynos models were an inferior product, as the differentials were not as large in previous models. The cooling system introduced in the Galaxy Note 10 was also removed in the Snapdragon Variants of the Note 20 series.

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  17. ^Sohail, Omar (). "Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Is the First Smartphone in the World to Ship With Gorilla Glass Victus on the front AND the back panel". wccftech. Retrieved
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