If you love to flex, the Galaxy Note 20 is for you. It looks and feels like a million bucks. Just take a look at its build – it’s thin and made from Gorilla Glass 5.
Its screen stretches 6.7 inches across. It houses a Super AMOLED Plus panel, making it very vibrant. It’s pin-sharp as well; you’re getting a 1080 x 2400-p resolution.
How could we not talk about its processor? The Exynos 990 is present. It makes the system supersonic. You’ll love gaming on it, not only because it comes with a vibrant display, but because a powerful GPU is present. It is the Mali-G77 MP11.
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It runs Android 10 out of the box. The OS is available through Samsung’s One UI 2.5. It makes the inside look as good as its outside.
How does 8 GB of RAM sound to you? Apps load in the blink of an eye. Storage-wise, it’s good as well. 256 gigs are present.
Large phones need large batteries. Samsung disappoints, though. The Note 20 houses a 4300 mAh unit. The Smaller OnePlus 8 Pro has a 4510 mAh battery. With non-stop use, the Galaxy device will fully drain in 11-12 hours.
You won’t need to wait for hours for it to charge. A 25 W fast charger takes it from 0-100% in an hour and a half. It also comes with wireless and reverse charging.
Of course, it comes with the S-pen. It’s super sensitive and ergonomic. You’ll be able to cut, copy, paste, and use its display for art.
Here’s the deal:
It isn’t the most affordable. You can snag it for around Rs.155,000 – 180,000 islandwide.