What’s the difference between the Galaxy Note20 and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G?
The Galaxy Note20 Series are both premium phones with the latest processors, powerful batteries, huge amounts of RAM and stunning, high definition screens.
The Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G comes with a slightly larger screen, a larger battery, and the phone exterior is 0.2mm thinner. It weighs 15g more than the Galaxy Note20 and has a 108-megapixel Rear Wide camera (compared to the Galaxy Note 20’s 12-megapixel Wide camera) and a Laser Autofocus sensor.
The Galaxy Note20 has a 64-megapixel Rear Telephoto camera and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G has a 12-megapixel Telephoto camera. They both have the same processor and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G has a Dynamic AMOLED display with an Adaptive 120Hz refresh rate.
In terms of shape, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G has a curved display and the Galaxy Note20 has a flat display.
What’s the difference between the Galaxy Note20 Series and the Galaxy Note10 Series?
The Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note10 Series are both excellent phones for people who work and play hard – both come with large, high definition screens, great cameras, and are compatible with the Galaxy S Pen. The Galaxy S20 Series uses Android 10 with One UI 2.5, which will be rolling out to the Galaxy Note10 Series eventually.
The Galaxy Note20 Series phones both come with 5G connectivity - the Galaxy Note10+ 5G is the only 5G-ready phone in the Galaxy Note10 Series.
The Galaxy Note10 Series may be a more affordable choice if you’re after a hard-working smartphone with an impressive quad rear camera (the Galaxy Note20 Series has a triple rear camera), Super Fast Charging, an intelligent battery and 256GB internal storage.
The new Galaxy Note20 Series comes with improved cameras, larger, clearer screens, longer-lasting batteries and more powerful processors. The Galaxy Note20 Series also comes in a variety of new gender-fluid colours - the Galaxy Note20 comes in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Green and Mystic Grey. The Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G comes in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black and Mystic White.
What are the camera specifications for the Note20 Series?
The Galaxy Note20 comes with a triple rear camera, which includes 12-megapixel Ultra Wide, 12-megapixel Rear Wide and 64-megapixel Rear Telephoto cameras, as well as 30x Space Zoom.
The Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G also comes with a triple rear camera, including 12-megapixel Rear Ultra Wide, 108-megapixel Wide and 12-megapixel Telephoto cameras. It also comes with a Laser AF Sensor, and 50x Space Zoom.
Both phones come with Dual OIS (Optical Image Stabilisation), Tracking AF (Tracking Autofocus) and a 10-megapixel front camera.
Is the Galaxy Note20 Series water resistant?
Yes - both phones have an IP68 rating, and can be submerged in up to 1.5m of freshwater for up to 30 minutes.
Does the Galaxy Note20 Series have a Dual SIM?
Yes. The Galaxy Note20 comes with a Dual SIM, with room for two Nano SIMs.
The Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G also comes with Dual SIM and a Hybrid SIM slot - you can use two Nano SIMs at once, or one Nano Sim and one MicroSD slot (up to 1TB).
Does the Galaxy Note20 Series have wireless charging?
Yes - both the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G and the Galaxy Note20 have fast wireless charging, and they both come with Wireless PowerShare.
What batteries do the Galaxy Note20 Series have?
The Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G has a 4,500mAh battery, and the Galaxy Note20 has a 4,300mAh battery.
How big are the Galaxy Note20 Series’ screens?
The Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G has a 6.9-inch screen, and the Galaxy Note20 has a 6.7-inch screen.
Does the Galaxy Note20 Series have a headphone jack?
No - the Galaxy Note20 and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G don’t have a headphone jack but they come with a pair of USB-C AKG earphones. You can also use the Galaxy Note20 series with wireless headphones, such as Samsung Galaxy Buds.