The power to work. The power to play. This isn't the time to slow down, this is the time to forge ahead and take the opportunities that come your way. You don’t need a smartphone. You need a power phone. One as beautiful as it is intelligent with a pen that is mightier, a battery that doesn't leave you hanging and is as well-connected as you. Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G takes power to the next level with cutting-edge technology, letting you master whatever you choose to do next.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ mobile platform
Its 3.09GHz octa-core processor and 8GB of RAM ensure outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus and more.
Qualcomm powered modem provides fast network speeds for downloading, uploading, and streaming content, such as HD Video and Augmented or Virtual Reality*
Super resolution, even in low light with Pro-Grade Camera
6.7" Infinity-O Display
FHD+ Super AMOLED+ with 2340 x 1080 resolution
Elevate your bingeing experience with cinematic-quality viewing in the palm of your hand.
Samsung offers plenty of storage space for your 4K videos, high-resolution photographs, music, contacts, apps, etc.
S Pen & Notes
Pen precision meets PC power with S Pen and Samsung Notes
Intelligent Battery & Super Fast Charge
Intelligent power that learns from how you work and play to optimize battery life.
Optimize your mobile gaming experience on-the-go with a 60Hz screen refresh rate and intelligent battery that optimizes for your gameplay
Ultrasonic fingerprint ID
Protects and unlocks with the first touch. Just tap your screen to unlock. The in-display sensor opens seamlessly with one hand in almost any light, rain or shine, even when you're cooking or working out.
Adaptive power that meets your needs with all-day intelligent battery that learns from how you work and play to optimize battery life**
Super Fast Charging
Super Fast Charging boosts your battery in just minutes so you can move to the next thing on your to-do list.
Zap an extra power boost to your Galaxy Buds Live, Galaxy Watch3 or a friend's device just by placing them on the back of your Note20. Now you have the power to share power.***
*Access to the AT&T 5G network requires the Unlimited Starter, Unlimited Extra or Unlimited Elite plan.
**Based on average battery life under typical usage conditions. Average expected performance based on typical use. Actual battery life depends on factors such as network, features selected, frequency of calls, and voice, data, and other application usage patterns. Results may vary.
***Wireless PowerShare limited to Samsung or other brand smartphones and accessories with WPC Qi wireless charging. Check samsung.com for compatibility.
Samsung Galaxy Note20 with 128GB Memory Cell Phone
Data cable (Type C to Type C)
Travel adapter (25W)
Voice Assistant Built-in
All day battery
Phone Memory (RAM)
Samsung Galaxy Note20
Galaxy Note20 5G 128GB
Data Plan Required
Additional Hardware Included
Travel adapter (25W), data cable (Type C to Type C), ejection pin
Upgraded from a Note 5. WE moved all my apps and emails, texts etc from my old phone, fairly seamless. I would recommend that you make sure everything is backed up first. I hadn't done a "Backup & Sync" on my Whatsapp for a few weeks so lost a few things on that. This phone has a few new features that are requiring a bit of a learning curve. It took me quite a while the first day to figure out how to turn the phone OFF!!! The next day I downloaded the 200 page manual & learnt how to program the side key to turn it on & off. Haven't tried the camera yet, but it can apparently work miracles (according to the manual). I recommend a case & screen protector as it is very slim & feels very fragile without. However, I got a tempered glass screen protector and it does not allow the fingerprint scanner to work, luckily I also had a pin # for security.
For starters, my last phone was the Note 9-which is another darn cool/awesome phone but the new Note 20 is a little more. I'd say there's always a bunch of new tips and tricks to new phones that I'm never aware of until I'm shown them. I recommend to search Youtube for Note 20 tips and tricks...there's loads of new features or features I wasn't aware of.
All these things make the phone pretty darn awesome. I switched from Iphones-way back in the 4 or 4s days and haven't looked back. A fan of the Note series and have an upgrade available-get the phone.
I bought this as an upgrade from the S8+ to get 5G capability. I hated the curved screen on the S8+. I chose the Note 20 because it has a flat screen. I had to adjust to using the side button instead of pressing the bottom of the screen to turn on the display. I still don't know how to use all of the features, but I like it so far.
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Ease of Use
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I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Love my phone
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
I like the Samsung - Galaxy Note 20 5G 128 GB. It seem familiar having previously owned an S10. I didn't have a big learning curve this time around and could pretty much just use it right away. That was the thing holding me back from upgrading. The fear of having to invest a lot of time in figuring out how to use the features.
Started using Samsung phones for about 10 years, this is by far the best phone I have owned. Still learning my ways around it but I think I am going to like it. Next time I can be provide more details.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series could debut new copper and ‘Mint' green colors
Samsung's Galaxy S20 lineup is pretty bland when it comes to colors, but the Galaxy Note 20 might arrive with a few more options. According to a couple of recent leaks, Samsung's Note 20 will launch with a new “Mint” colorway alongside a fewFull Review
A:AnswerIf your old phone is still working, the BB Associate can easily transfer everything. My old phone quit working. I am not techie at all. It took me a while to figure out how to transfer everything to my new phone, and I could not tell you how I did it. Just about everything transferred, although I lost the lists in my "Samsung Notes" app. I hope that helps.
A:AnswerIf you go to cnet link they compare the two the Note and Galaxy S are different models of phones
A:AnswerBecause you're not in a 5G service area. The phone is 5G capable, but still requires 5G service to use the function. If you don't have 5G service in the area you're using the phone, it will only use the 4G/4G LTE bands available.