Vodafone Qatar has opened pre-orders for the all-new Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra, starting at a retail price of QR3,999.
The Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra’s next-generation design and sophisticated appearance are perfectly complimented by mystic colour options, according to a statement.
The Galaxy Note20 series also boasts of the largest screen to date for a Galaxy Note model.
The S Pen makes navigating easier while watching videos and playing games.
The two devices promise continued productivity while working remotely.
Thanks to the new and improved capabilities of the Samsung Note’s app, users can link either device with their PC, reply to messages received via their phones, and transfer and edit files involving multiple devices.
This feature is made possible by the long-term partnership between Samsung and Microsoft, which has been fundamental in guaranteeing Windows PC is compatible with both of the latest releases.
The Galaxy Note20 series also ensure immersive gaming supported through 5G, a next-generation AI game booster, Bluetooth audio response optimisation, and 240 Hz touch response in the Galaxy Note20 Ultra’s case to offer outstanding visual and audio capabilities elevating the gaming experience.
Additionally, the battery can last an entire day after charging for 30 minutes.
The Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra have also been engineered with a pro-grade multi-camera setup comprising wide, telephoto, and ultra wide lenses, along with a high-resolution sensor for shots.
As for the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, the device’s 120 Hz display refresh rate provides elegant gaming encounters.
Pre-order the new Samsung Note20 and Note20 Ultra 5G online at www.vf.qa/preorder5GNote20, or visit the following stores: Villaggio, City Center Doha, Landmark, Mall of Qatar, Doha Festival City, Wakrah, Lulu D-Ring, or Lulu Al Khor.
Customers pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy Note20 will get the Buds+, and those pre-ordering the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will receive the Buds Live complimentary, the statement added.
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