Samsung Galaxy Note 20 & Note 20 Ultra European prices revealed

Until today, we didn’t have any information regarding the exact pricing of the Note 20 Series, but today, Ishan Agarwal shared the European prices of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 & Note 20 Ultra. In case you missed our previous articles, we talked extensively about the specifications & the design of both the Note 20 & Note 20 Ultra.

Now that the European pricing is also out, we don’t think there is anything significant left to know about the Note 20 Series.

Talking about Note 20 first, it is coming in a 4G as well as a 5G variant. The Galaxy Note 20 4G is priced at €999, whereas the Galaxy Note 20 5G at €1,099. Both the variants come with 256GB storage. As per a previous leak, the Galaxy Note 20 features a glasstic back, which means there is glossy plastic on the rear instead of glass. That’s not it! There is a 60Hz AMOLED panel on the front instead of a 120Hz panel like the Note 20 Ultra.

Other specs of the device include a 6.7-inch Full-HD+ 60Hz panel, a 4,300mAh battery, Exynos 990 SOC, 8GB RAM, 256GB storage, 12MP + 12MP (ultrawide) + 64MP (tele) triple camera setup & a 10 Megapixel selfie camera.

One of the reasons for these significant downgrades in Note 20 could be that Samsung wants to sell more units of the Note 20 Ultra. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G starts at €1,349 for the 256GB variant & the price goes up to €1,449 for the 512GB variant.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a 6.9-inch Quad-HD+ 120Hz Super Dynamic OLED panel & there is Exynos 990 5G SOC paired with 12GB LPDDR5 RAM & 256/512GB UFS 3.1 storage. The triple camera setup on the rear includes a primary 108 Megapixel shooter, a secondary 12 Megapixel ultrawide lens & a third 12 Megapixel Periscope camera with 5X Optical Zoom. On the front, there is a 10 Megapixel selfie camera.

The phone features a 4,500mAh battery & 45W Fast Charging support.

Finally, Ishan revealed that the Galaxy Buds Live would be priced at €189.

Well, obviously, the price is going to be different for markets outside Europe, so it makes no sense to assume the price in any particular market based on the European pricing.