Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra are designed for those who optimize their life and strive for excellence in everything they do. Transforming work and play, these smartphones are the ultimate tools to help them stay on top of their game even in the next normal.
The Power of Productivity
Multi-hyphenates will love the Galaxy Note20 series’ productivity features. With its Lifelike S Pen, they can now write as if they’re holding a real pen. It also turns messy writing into legible penmanship and doubles as a useful controller of the phone when either accessing mobile applications or recording on camera for a hands-free way of capturing a scene.
Samsung Notes is made smarter than the average notepad as it lets users import notes into PDF format, write comments on it, and send it through email. There’s also the Audio Bookmark feature for recording with time-stamped notations.
Galaxy Note Series also perform like a PC in the pocket and makes it possible for users to work hard while relaxing on the couch. Businessmen can view presentations, excel sheets and documents, or even draft emails, develop a plan, or create a report with pre-installed Microsoft Tools.
Samsung DeX benefits creatives who like to view their works on a bigger screen to share with other people. The feature turns the Galaxy Note20 Series into a dashboard just by wirelessly connecting the phone to a monitor or a Smart TV.
Work Hard, Play Smart
Galaxy Note20 Series sports a pro-grade suite of cameras users can play with. Creators can now have access to ultra-high-resolution and professional-quality content without having to use a bulky shooting instrument.
Galaxy Note20 Ultra packs a 108MP wide-angle camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, a 12MP telephoto camera, and a Laser AF Sensor for more accurate focusing. It’s also able to zoom up to 50x.
Galaxy Note20 has a 64MP telephoto camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and a 12MP wide-angle camera and can zoom up to 30x.
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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.