Samsung just announced the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, the two latest phones in its stylus-equipped lineup. The specs of Samsung’s Note phones are always top of the line, with big, high-resolution screens, fast processors, and big batteries. So how do they compare to Samsung’s previous flagship phones as well as the best its competitors currently have to offer?
We’ve rounded up the most important specs for both the Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra below and compared them directly against Samsung’s previous flagships (including those from its recent Galaxy S20 series and last year’s Note 10 lineup) as well as competing devices from the likes of Google, OnePlus, and, of course, Apple.
Of course, the specs never tell the full story, and you’ll have to wait for our full reviews of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra to know how they perform in real-world usage. But if you want to see how the raw numbers stack up, read on for a full spec comparison that includes the phones’ original starting prices, battery capacities, cameras, and screen sizes.
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