You’ll find a range of exceptional specs, features and applications on the Galaxy Note20, with a stunning Samsung design, advanced camera system capable of 8K video footage, and an S Pen to make your smartphone more versatile than ever.
Find out more about this handset as we run through the top five features below.
1 - Display
Samsung has topped the Galaxy Note20 with a 6.7-inch flat Infinity-O display. The Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen can achieve up to 16 million colours, and with a screen-to-body ratio of 89.2%, there are barely any bezels to be seen.
The 10MP selfie camera is housed in a tiny cut-out hole punch notch, designed to minimise screen disruption, so whether you’re gaming, watching your favourite shows or editing video footage, you can enjoy a smooth, cinematic viewing experience. Built inside the display is an Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner too, minimising interruptions to the phone's seamless design, while granting you secure yet speedy access.
2 - Camera
The Galaxy Note20 features a sophisticated triple lens camera setup, comprised of one 12MP ultra wide lens, a second 12MP wide lens and a 64MP main telephoto lens. With this combination of tech, you can master artistic portraits, capture panoramic shots of your outdoor adventures and even home in on miniscule details, with 30x Super Resolution Zoom at your fingertips.
This handset can also record in 8K, so you can achieve cinema-quality video with nothing but your smartphone. Activate Super Steady to eliminate the risk of shaky footage, and when you’re finished shooting, you can edit your film with the Pro mode videography suite, which gives you precise control over zoom speed, depth of focus and more.
There are plenty of specific photography settings to choose from too, like Night Mode, which is powered by what Samsung's intelligent nonabinning, to enable crisp, well-lit shots in dim and dark environments. Meanwhile, Single Take is a new feature that uses advanced AI tech to provide you with professional-looking portraits; plus - when you’re recording, Single Take will process the footage for you, giving you several different film formats to choose from at the end.
3 - S Pen
The S Pen is a real highlight of the Galaxy Note20. Housed in the left-hand side of the handset, you can access it easily by gently pushing the base of the Pen which will trigger the release. With precise movements and responsive strokes, the S Pen offers a reliable way to write, draw, and more. The handset can seamlessly convert handwriting into standard text with a single tap, so you can easily copy and paste your notes into an email or neighbouring document.
There’s no need to unlock your handset to make a note – Screen Off Memo allows you to quickly jot down an idea without entering your passcode, while Screen Write means you can easily annotate screenshots or add comments to articles you might want to revisit later.
4 - Gaming
Equipped with Galaxy’s fastest octa-core processor yet, the Galaxy Note20 is an exceptional choice for gamers. With minimal lag and impressive streaming speeds, you can say goodbye to buffering and enjoy an uninterrupted gaming experience.
On top of this, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will be available on the handset from September 2020, granting users access to over 100 different Xbox games, including the likes of Sea of Thieves and Halo. You’ll be able to play all your favourite Xbox games on your smartphone, so you can pick up where you left off on your commute. You can even play with an attachable controller (sold separately).
5 - 4,300 mAh Battery
Powering the Samsung Galaxy Note20 is a 4,300 mAh battery, more than capable of running your handset all day long, so you’ll never run out of charge while you’re out and about. The intelligent battery usage ensures that power is used efficiently, prioritising your favourite apps and functions.
When it’s time to power up, the 25W Super Fast Charging feature means you can get back to 100% charge in approx one hour. No need to plug in – this handset is equipped for Fast Wireless Charging, with any certified Qi-certified wireless charger (sold separately). You can even transfer power from your smartphone to other devices with the Wireless PowerShare feature, including a friend’s phone, your Galaxy Buds or Galaxy Watch.