Samsung has announced its new flagship smartphones a couple of days ago, and their wallpapers are now available. We’re talking about the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, as official wallpapers (phone and DeX) from the two phones are now available to download.
If you check out the gallery below this paragraph, you’ll be able to preview these wallpapers, Do note that these are only here for preview purposes, as they’ve been compressed. If you’d like to get these wallpapers in their original size, the download link is included below the article.
Nine official Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series wallpapers are available
There are nine wallpapers included here, in addition to some live wallpapers. The file that you download will eve contain those very same wallpapers (regular ones), modded for iPhone devices.
All of these wallpapers are kind of abstract. They do look great if you’re into that sort of thing, but don’t expect to get anything else. Make sure to check them out in the gallery beforehand.
All of these wallpapers are in 3088 x 3088 and 1920 x 1920 resolution. Those for iPhones have been compressed to 1242 x 2688 pixels, in case you were wondering.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra ship with the same set of wallpapers. These two devices do look similar, but they are quite different. Not only is the ‘Ultra’ model considerably more expensive, but it also offers quite a bit more.
Unlike the Galaxy Note 20, the ‘Ultra’ model is made out of metal and glass. Samsung, for some reason, decided to include a plastic plate on the back of the Galaxy Note 20.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra also comes with a higher refresh rate display, 120Hz vs 60Hz. Camera setups are also quite different, the ‘Ultra’ has an edge in that regard as well.
Both of these devices come with the S Pen, and Qualcomm's most powerful SoC
They both come with the S Pen stylus, and their software features are the same, though. You’ll find the same Snapdragon 865 Plus 64-bit octa-core processor inside both smartphones… at least in the US and China.
The Exynos 990 fuels these two phones in India and Europe. That is not surprising considering that the same chip fuels the Galaxy S20 series in those regions.
All in all, the Galaxy Note 20 devices have a lot to offer, but they’re also quite expensive. The pricing starts at $999, and it goes well over $1,000. So, you’ll have to break the bank in order to get one once they go on sale.