The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Note 20 were publicized on August 5, 2020, at Samsung’s online unpacked event. The two phones went up for pre-order a day after. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Note 20 was set to release on August 21, 2020.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra:
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (launch price: $1,299 in the US) is the finest phone in the series, proposing about everything you would require from a cell phone. It comes with a great 6.9-inch WQHD+ display with little curvy sides. The most recent Snapdragon 865 Plus or Exynos 990 processor (according to the state), and a 4,500 mAh battery. It’s made of metal and glass and assists expandable storage.
Galaxy Note 20:
The Galaxy Note 20 (launch price: $999 in the US) is not a minor version of the Ultra, as it proposes less to many extents. The cell phone offers a reduced 6.7-inch display that’s flat and has a lesser resolution and refresh rate. It does not assist expandable storage and is made of glasstic. Which is glossy plastic but in Samsung products. The cell phone also does not have a micro SD card slot. It comes with weaker cameras and has a smaller battery of 4,300 mAh.
World’s Best Selling 5G smartphone in September 2020:
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra becomes the best-selling 5G smartphone in September worldwide, a report said.
According to market tracker Counterpoint Research, The exclusive model of the Galaxy Note 20 series, launched in late August, took five percent share in the worldwide 5G smartphone market in September, reports Yonhap news agency.
Two smartphones of Huawei Technologies Co also charted in the top 10 with Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The P40 Pro fell on the second spot with a 4.5 percent share and the Nova 7 fell on the third position with a 4.3 percent share. Moreover, Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Plus also acquired the fourth spot with a four percent share. While the standard Galaxy Note 20 fell on eighth place with a 2.9 percent share, according to the statistics.
Counterpoint Research further told that seven of the top ten bestselling 5G smartphones in September were from Chinese brands. With the other three also being the Samsung models. The impending list in October and November must be very diverse as Apple has launched its four 5G iPhone models. The four iPhone 12 models will probably enter the list. To counter the new smartphones from Apple, Samsung is likely to launch the Galaxy S21 series before its standard.
The design and features of the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra have been disclosed already. Generally, the research firm said that sales of 5G phones increased to almost 300% from Quarter 1 2020 to Quarter 3 2020.
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