Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Price In Nigeria – The Samsung brand is in no way relenting when it comes to providing their customers with different choices of smartphones to choose from.
This can clearly be seen from the way that the company always releases new phones and just when you think you’ve seen it all, they will still come up with smartphones that leave their fans wowed.
Their customers really appreciate this as they are provided with enough options to choose from so all they have to do is go for the one that works best for them.
In this write up, we will be looking at the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra which is a successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
As expected, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comes with better features than what was obtainable with the Note 10 Plus.
Taking into consideration all that the Note 20 Ultra comes with, it will really be very difficult not to love with this awesome device.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Price In Nigeria
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra can be purchased for about 494,269 Naira in Nigeria. You can make this purchase from phone and gadget stores, online stores and e-commerce sites. You can even buy directly from the manufacturers.
Display / Design
Starting from the display and design of this smartphone, you will have no doubt that the Samsung brand meant business with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra, which is usually the case with most Samsung phones.
After all, the Samsung brand wouldn’t have been so well known and patronized if their phone users were not satisfied with the products.
The design of the Note 20 ultra is definitely an upgrade from that of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus and everyone loves upgrades.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra comes with a tougher build. There is a Gorilla Glass Victus on the back and front panel. This Gorilla Glass Victus assures a 2m drop protection.
Not just that, it equally offers double the scratch resistance of the Gorilla Glass 6 that the Note 10 plus featured.
In addition to this Gorilla Glass Victus that the smartphone features, it also comes with an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance.
This means that the device can survive in 1.5m of water for 30 minutes. This IP68 rating has become a trend with a lot of high-end Android smartphones and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra was definitely not going to miss out on the party.
The display of this awesome device is an impressive 6.9-inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 3088 and a density of 496 PPI. This differs from that of the Note 10 Plus by a 0.1-inch increment.
In addition to the size, another interesting thing about the display is the Super AMOLED display 2 technology, which provides users with more vivid colors.
The smartphone also features an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. This refresh rate automatically dips when you are handling tasks that do not need as much 120Hz refresh rate.
Just as is the case with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, merging the 120Hz refresh rate with the 1440p resolution is not feasible. Hence users have to reduce the resolution to 1080p to be able to enjoy the 120Hz refresh rate.
Turn over the phone and you will find a squared camera bump which is where the three rear cameras and an LED flash are placed. Don’t think we will forget to mention that the Samsung branding is also placed at the back of the phone.
An Improved S-Pen
Moving on, let take a look at the S-Pen that comes with this Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The first thing you will notice is that the S-Pen was moved from the right side to the left side. This actually makes the device the first Galaxy note to have the S-Pen put on the left side.
Although the change in the position can’t be categorically referred to as an upgrade, don’t assume that Samsung simply changed the position of the S-Pen and left it at that.
There is a noticeable improvement in the latency of the S-Pen as the S-Pen on the Note 20 ultra has a latency of 9ms unlike the 42ms latency obtainable from its predecessors.
The fact that the latency was reduced from 42ms to 9ms implies that the S-Pen will register inputs much faster than the older Notes.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Cameras
So far, with all the nice features that the smartphone comes with, which we have already discussed, you will assume that the camera will be super awesome.
On a general note, the camera quality is okay and will definitely serve you well. But when you compare it to the camera set up and quality obtainable in some already released Samsung phones, such as the Samsung Galaxy S20 ultra, you will see that the camera set up and quality could have been better.
The back camera set up is a triple camera set up which comprises of a 108MP primary camera with an aperture of f/1.8, a 12MP periscope telephoto camera which provides up to 50x zoom, which by the way is lesser than that of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra which offers 100x zoom. The third camera is a 12MP ultra wide camera with an aperture of f/2.2.
This back camera setup allows users shoot videos up to 8K @ 24fps. It also supports other modes such as 4K@30/60fps,1080p@30/60/240fps, 720p@960fps.
For the selfie camera, the device features a 10MP camera with an aperture of f/2.2 which is able to record 4K@30/60fps and 1080p@30fps.
Note 20 Ultra Hardware and Software
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra has the ultra-moniker and this is a pointer to the fact that the smartphone will provide users with an amazing performance.
The Note 20 ultra is available in two processor and GPU variants. The phone users in the USA will get the Snapdragon 865 Plus processor and the Adreno 650 GPU, while the rest will get the Exynos 990 Processor and the Mali-G77 MP11 GPU.
For memory and storage capacity, the smart phone features a 12GB RAM, 256GB and 512GB of UFS 3.0 storage.
The battery quality is quite impressive as the smartphone is fitted with a 4500mAh Li-ion battery. This is 200mAh bigger than the 4300mAh battery obtainable on the Note 10 Plus.
The Charging capacity maxes out at 25W which is less than the 45W fast charging capacity available with the Samsung Galaxy S20 ultra.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra operates with the Android 10 operating system with the One UI 2.5 interface.
When it comes to connectivity, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra supports Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, and NFC. It equally supports a USB Type-C port with Ultra-wideband technology (UWB) for quick transfers.
You should bear it in mind that the phone users in UK, USA, and many other countries will be getting the 5G only variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra. However, the phone users in Australia will have to make do with the 4G variant.