Home Technology Gadgets Samsung launches new Galaxy Note20 devices, UAE prices revealed Prices start at Dhs3,549 for the non-5G Galaxy Note20 by David Ndichu August 6, 2020 The Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra are now available to pre-order in the UAE, a day after their launch at Samsung’s “Galaxy Unpacked” virtual event live-streamed from South Korea. A series of incremental improvements see better capabilities for the S Pen, video quality, cameras and deeper integration with Microsoft productivity tools. An improved Samsung Notes app now features auto-save and syncing capabilities, with the ability to transfer files and edit them across your phone, tablet, or Windows 10 PC. Samsung says it has boosted the gaming experience with the Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra thanks to an ‘AI game booster’ and ‘Bluetooth audio response optimisation’ as well as 240Hz touch response on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra. Both devices feature an AMOLED screen, with an expansive 6.9-inch display for the ultra. Both phones feature come with 5G variants, enabling users to, for instance, download a full season of a TV show in minutes or stream 4K video. The camera setup including 8K video shooting, wide, telephoto, ultra-wide cameras with a high-resolution sensor. The handsets both have USB-C ports, but no 3.5mm headphone jacks, so if you want to connect headphones you’ll need an adapter or do so over Bluetooth. The phones come with 4,300 mAh and 4,500mAh battery capacities. It’s Super Fast Charging technology charges the phones to more than 50 per cent charge in 30 minutes. The Galaxy Note20 will start at Dhs3,549 for the 256 GB version (non 5G) while the Galaxy Galaxy Note20 Ultra starts at Dhs4,499 for the 256 GB version (non 5G). UAE consumers who pre-order the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will receive the Galaxy Buds Live. Similarly, those who pre-order the Galaxy Note20 will receive the Galaxy Buds+. Read: Samsung launches its Galaxy S20, Z Flip phones in the UAE, prices revealed Tags 5G Mobile Note20 Note20 Ultra Samsung UAE 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like Stiff Dhs10,000 fine announced for UAE corporate tax dodgers UAE’s property market shows no sign of cooling off, says CBRE UAE weather: NCM forecasts cloudy skies, rainfall from Feb 28-March 1 UAE to announce petrol prices for March: will rates increase?