Samsung released back in August one of its flagships for 2020: the Galaxy Note 20 lineup. Packed with a large Super AMOLED display of 6.7 inches, video recording in the 8K format, a 64MP main camera setup, and more, the standard Samsung Galaxy Note 20 sure deserves its moniker as a flagship.
The Galaxy Note 20 also has the latest version of the Android operating system for its release time: Android 10. The One UI 2.5 is also present, and the entire device is powered by the Exynos 990 processor.
Software update brings the October security patch
The new software update for Galaxy Note 20 Ultra brings not only the security patch for October, but also a series of other improvements. Namely, the update with N98xxXXU1ATJ1 as the firmware version, you should definitely consider installing it if you own a Galaxy Note 20 Ultra model of Samsung.
The new update can also improve battery life. But the good news is not over yet, as the Dark Mode feature and the camera stability are also becoming available in enhanced ways.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra remains one of the top smartphones that Samsung is selling. If you thought that the standard version is impressive, you should take a look at the Ultra variant. The 8GB of RAM, the 108MP rear camera setup, and many more specs are confirming the creation of a great smartphone by Samsung.
Those willing to get their hands on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will have to pull out of their pocket around $1000. As for the non-Ultra version, its price revolves around the amount of $840. Both devices are clearly worth their demanded prices, as purchasing will clearly grant you the best of what Samsung has to offer.