“Samsung’s New Note 20 Ultra” , Sounds good but ‘Ultra’ means Ultra-pricey too. The Note 20 starts at ₹77,999 ( For 256GB Variant ) whereas the Utra model is priced at ₹1,04,999 ( For 5G and 256GB Variant ). The Note 20 Ultra is a huge phone with a 6.9-inch screen. It’s most prominent hardware feature is a promontory. It has a massive camera bump on the back that houses the three cameras, a laser focus sensor, and the flash. On the back it has a matte finish which repels fingerprints. Samsung is highlighting the bronze color this year, and for a good reason also: it’s beautiful. The S-pen is located on the left side rather than the other side. The battery life on the Note is great with a 4300mAh typical on the Note 20 and 4500mAh on the Ultra model.
It has a quad HD + OLED display supporting HDR10+ .It’s also using Corning’s latest, Gorilla Glass “Victus.” The phone can hit up to 120Hz on a variable refresh rate setting. You get three cameras: a 12-megapixel ultrawide, a 12-megapixel telephoto with a periscope assembly, and a 108-megapixel main wide-angle. With the rear camera you can shoot in 8K 24fps and choose between 16:9 or 21:9 aspect ratios to enhance the cinematic feeling. Samsung has added lots of microphone options. 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. You do remember the ‘Space Zoom 100X Zoom’ Feature in the S20 Ultra, now it's reduced to 50X which will give more steady pictures.
Samsung has reduced the latency on the S Pen stylus and now it’s down to 9ms which is an 80% improvement from the Note 10. Samsung Notes app has got some amazing updates. Now the app can realign your handwriting, convert it to text, and playback audio of what you wrote in it. The Note 20 Ultra has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, which has a separate modem for 5G. There’s 12GB of RAM and the usual 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. Now you can play Xbox and Stadia games on the Note’s big screen and it feels completely natural with the Razer Kishi ( a gaming controller for Android Devices ).