Samsung’s flagship in the second half of 2020 has already debuted, with the Galaxy Note 20 (8GB plus 256GB) starting at $999 ($7699 for the Bank of China’s first mover scourating at $7699), and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (12GB plus 512GB) starting at $1,299 (the National First Plan is $9599). Both flagship series feature top-of-the-line specifications, with Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 Plus processors, a 10-megapixel selfie camera, and new S Pen gestures and 5G capabilities.
One difference, though, is that the Galaxy Note 20 series, while very close to glass, is actually made of plastic, not Corning Glass Victus glass like the Note 20 Ultra, to cut costs.
So what’s the difference in specifications between the Galaxy Note 20 series, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra series, the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy S20 Ultra Series? Here’s a diagram that gives you a more intuitive look at the differences between the four flagships: