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Top 11 Features of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Top 11 Features of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a stylus enabled powerhouse, with a bunch of neat new features.

Before we proceed to top 11 features that make you buy a phone. Look at the Specification of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra specs

Display size, resolution6.9 inches; 3,088×1,440 pixels
Pixel density496 ppi
Dimensions (Inches)6.49×3.04×0.31 in
Weight (Ounces, Grams)7.33 oz, 208g
Mobile softwareAndroid 10
Camera12-megapixel (ultrawide), 108-megapixel (wide-angle), 12-megapixel (telephoto)
Front-facing camera10-megapixel
Video capture8K
ProcessorSnapdragon 865 Plus
Storage128GB, 512GB
Expandable storageUp to 1TB
Battery4,500 mAh
Fingerprint sensorIn-screen
Headphone jackNo
Special features5x optical zoom, UWB sharing, S Pen stylus; 5G connectivity; Wireless PowerShare; water resistant (IP68)
Price without contract (USD)$1,300 (128GB); $1,450 (512GB)
Price (GBP)£1,179
Price (AUD)AU$1,849
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So here are the top 11 features of the Note 20 Ultra that are worth a second look.

1. S Pen Latency

The S Pen on the Note 20 Ultra does everything the one on the Note 10 does plus there are some improvements. For one the latency of pen has been increased. Latency is basically the touch input, how responsive it is. The one on the Note 10 had a latency of 42ms but on the Note 20 Ultra, it’s 9ms. So it’s a drastic improvement and it’ll feel like you’re actually writing on a paper.

2. Microsoft OneNote Sync

Samsung Notes now will sync with Microsoft OneNote. That makes Samsung’s app much more useful as your notes are now less likely to just sit on your phone. Notes also gain the ability to annotate PDFs, match up audio recordings with your notes, and offer full folder management. Yes, you read that right.

3. Update

Finally, after so many requests, Samsung is proving 3 years of software updates with the Galaxy Note 20 lineup. That’s huge, it’s the same as Google does for the Pixel lineup which will make Samsung’s phones even more appealing than before.

4. Convert Phone into PC

Samsung’s DeX system was designed to turn a phone into a PC by hooking it up to a mouse and keyboard. Not many people were doing that, so Samsung has swerved to a more usable mode. Now, you can connect the DeX wirelessly. You can use your phone’s display as a trackpad and can even use your TV as a monitor which makes using DeX much more convenient than before.

5. xCloud Game Streaming Service

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be the first smartphone in the world to feature special optimizations for Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming service. The device can be used to play more than 90 Xbox gaming titles via Xbox Game Pass. By the way, you need to pair the Note 20 Ultra with a Bluetooth-enabled Xbox controller, though. The Xbox Game Pass service is dubbed “Netflix for video games,” so it will keep the Note 20 Ultra owners entertained with hundreds of quality titles to play on your big-screen TV from the Note 20 without even having to have an Xbox console.

6. Preorder Benefits

One of the preorder bundles will offer an option to get three months of the gaming subscription service from Microsoft. The Note 20 Ultra’s hardware and impressive display should make it one of the best smartphones for streaming games.

7. Smart Data Transfer

The Note 20 Ultra is the first Android handset to get this new chip that allows for a way faster file transfer. You can just point your phone at someone else’s phone and your phone will know you probably want to send things to them. Put another way: This feature allows the Note20 Ultra to precisely detect where other UWB chip-enabled phones are in physical space. That’s something lacking on other Android smartphones.

8. LTPO Display

The Note 20 Ultra has a beautiful 6.9″ 120Hz LTPO display. LTPO is a tech that allows for variable display refresh rate. On the Note 20 Ultra, it can vary from 1Hz to 120Hz depending on what you’re doing. This allows the phone to have better battery life since the display can switch to low refresh rate for content that doesn’t need high refresh rate.

9. Toughest Corning Glass

The Note 20 Ultra also has the toughest gadget glass Corning has ever created. A glass that can not only resist a six-footdrop, but also the first in six years to meaningfully improve your phone’s ability to shrug off nasty scratches. This is big especially for people who don’t like to put screen protectors on.

10. New UFS 3.1 Storage

The Note 20 Ultra features the new UFS 3.1 storage that is mind-numbingly fast. It’s 3 times faster than the UFS 3.0 on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and also more efficient. So it’s providing you that crazy high speeds while at the same time extending the battery life as well.

11. High Resolution Video Recording

The Note 20 Ultra can also record videos using a 21:9 aspect ratio both on 8K high resolution and normal resolution. Budding filmmakers will love this feature since it’ll allow them to make their footage more cinematic. You can also record at 120 fps now which is going to be really helpful.