Samsung today launched the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which by far is the most expensive mainstream flagship phone Samsung has ever launched. We expect the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to be priced around Rs. 1,60,000.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Specification
- 6.9-inch QHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 120Hz Display
- Samsung Exynos 990 SoC
- 8GB RAM
- 256GB Internal Storage
- 108MP+12MP+12MP Triple Rear Camera setup
- 10MP Front Camera
- 8K Video Recording
- Stereo Speaker with Dolby Atmos
- S-Pen support with 25ms latency
- 4500mAh Battery with 25W Fast Charging
- IP-68 Water Resistance
- Colors available: Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, Mystic White
- Expected Price in Nepal: Rs. 1,59,900
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Best Features
It’s not a surprise that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the finest phone Samung has to offer. It’s the flagship phone for Samsung for 2020 and it showcases all Samsung has to offer. Sure, it isn’t as flashy as the Fold 2, but for most people, this is going to be the right choice. However, unlike earlier Note phones, the Note 20 Ultra is a tad too expensive.
When the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra drops in Nepal, you can expect the phone to be priced north of Rs. 1,50,000. We are hoping that the phone will launch at Rs. 1,60,000 mark.
For the price, you will be getting the Exynos 990 SoC with 8GB of RAM. We won’t be getting the 5G variant in Nepal. On the flip side, you will be getting 256GB of internal storage.
The camera setup on the Note 20 Ultra is similar to that of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. You get a 108MP primary camera and a 12MP ultra-wide camera. However, instead of a 48MP telephoto camera, Samsung has equipped the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with a 12MP 5x periscope camera.
The front camera is downgraded from a 40MP sensor on the S20 Ultra to a 10MP sensor on the Note 20 Ultra. How it will affect the image output is yet to be seen.
Just like the S20 Ultra, you get a 120H` Dynamic AMOLED panel. This year, Samsung has also upgraded the S-Pen capabilities. Instead of adding gimmick features, Samsung has upgraded the S-Pen latency performance. The latency is down to 9mm(which is the same as the Apple Pencil latency) So, you can expect significantly better-writing experience similar to writing with a pen on a piece of paper.
Should you buy the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in Nepal?
I will be honest here. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra isn’t going to be for everyone. If you are looking for a phone that is the best at everything, sure, go ahead and grab yourself the S20 Ultra. If you have got all the money in the world, the Note 20 Ultra is also the phone for you.
However, if you are tight on budget and just want an excellent phone all around, the Note 20 is the one to go for. It does most of what the Note 20 Ultra does and you can get it for significantly less money. Also, if you don’t care for the S-Pen all that much, it may be wise to look at the S20+ or the S20 Ultra, you will be able to get them for less money too.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is for the true power user who wants nothing but the best. What do you think about the Note 20 Ultra? Let us know in the comments section down below.