I usually don't get excited about new Samsung phones, but after playing around with the Note 20 Ultra for a little over a week, that's completely changed. For the first time in a long time, I've found a Galaxy that I legitimately love.
We've seen a lot of display advancements in recent years, with two of the biggest ones being Quad HD resolutions and 120Hz refresh rates. If you could only have one of these, which would it be and why?
DeX from Samsung has been around since 2017 offering a desktop-like experience by connecting a supported phone to a cable or dock to monitor or TV. While this can be helpful, the need to always have the proper cable or dock with you isn't so helpful. With the Galaxy Note 20 line-up, Samsung introduced DeX in wireless mode. Here are the TVs that you can pair with DeX for big-screen...
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra have been announced, and the staple feature of these devices is the included S Pen. But if you had the Note 10 and are upgrading to the Note 20, you'll be happy to know that it will work with the newer device.
You can charge the Note 20 at 25W thanks to Samsung Super Fast Charging, but if you lose the charge that your phone came with, finding a new one won't be hard. Here's the best places to buy it and why you should accept no substitutes.
The Galaxy Note 20 is a frustrating device, offering specs that don't line-up with its $1000 price. Depending on how you look at it, it's both one of the best and worst phones we've seen from Samsung in a long time.
Now that the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra have arrived, the first thing you'll want to do is pick up a proper case. But instead of waiting around for third-party retailers to make their cases available, why not grab one from Samsung alongside your Note 20, giving you the whole package right at your doorstep?