While the Samsung Galaxy S flagships are often unveiled every year at a certain time in the first quarter, usually the highest features and specifications of the brand phones should be searched in the Galaxy Note flagships about six months later; The achievements of the Samsung Note series this year have been crystallized in two models, the Galaxy Note20 and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, both of which were unveiled at the company’s Unpacked event nearly a month ago. Unlike the Note 10 and the Note 10 Plus, the relationship between the Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra goes far beyond things like screen size and resolution, and this time shows a world of difference between the two phones, launching the Note 20 from a premium flagship to an advanced midrange. he does.
Important differences between the Note20 and the Note20 Ultra are the plasticity of the back, the use of Gorilla Glass 5 protective glass (compared to the Gorilla Glass Victus in the Note 20 Ultra), the smaller screen with lower resolution, and the technology made two years ago. The screen edges and most of the surrounding edges, the removal of the 108-megapixel main camera and the abandonment of the periscope camera, and perhaps most importantly the unchanged response time of the S Pen, were mentioned as the most important new features of the Note 20 Ultra.
The Note20 Ultra, however, as a true flagship of the Note series, has a lot to say, and apart from crucial hardware changes such as the large 120Hz Gorilla Glass Victus screen, periscope telephoto camera and laser focusing mechanism, its main function is the S Pen and Its mechanism of action has also improved significantly over a long period of time. The response time of this pen has finally reached the level of its main competitor, the second generation Apple Pencil, and with a delay of only 9 milliseconds, it offers a completely natural feeling while writing.