Samsung Talks About Galaxy Note 20 Design, Camera Features & More


Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 20 series through the virtual Galaxy Unpacked event. Now, the company has posted four new videos on its Youtube channel explaining different features of the new flagship Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphones.

With the Galaxy Note 20, Samsung also introduced several first-of-its-kind features in the Galaxy series. The new Mystic Bronze color is all over the latest Samsung products unveiled during the event.

Samsung posted four new videos explaining new features of Galaxy Note 20 series

In the first video, Samsung talks about the inspiration behind this new color option. According to the company, the Aura Glow of Galaxy Note 10 focused on the energetic aspect with principles of light and prism. With the neutral color options, the latest Galaxy Note 20 series will focus on comfort and luxury.


Samsung mentions it has chosen Bronze to offer a sophisticated tone to match the premium design. The Galaxy Note 20 with a plastic body comes in Mystic Green, Mystic Bronze, Mystic Gray, and Mystic Red color options. Whereas the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra sports glass back design and will be available in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black, and Mystic White colors.

The second video is all about the new Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology. The UWB is used for the new "Point to Share" feature with nearby sharing. With SmartThings Find, the smartphones equipped with UWB can show the exact location of the lost items. Furthermore, Samsung is also working on the Digital Key feature to use the Galaxy Note 20 as a key to your home or car.

As of now, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are the only smartphones with using Ultra-Wideband technology. In the next video, the team explains the camera features of the new flagship Galaxy smartphones. The company talks about the "Directional Audio Adjustment" feature in the Pro Video mode.


120Hz refresh rate to further enhance the speed of the S Pen

This new feature will allow the user to select which of the three onboard microphones need to active. With the new Galaxy Buds Live, the users can also select the Bluetooth devices for recording audio while shooting videos. The other camera features include controlling zoom speed, 8K video recording, single take, and more.

In the final video, Samsung details about the newly added S Pen features. It now comes with ultra-low latency of just 9ms to provide similar feel like writing on a paper. Additionally, the 120Hz high refresh display also said to further enhance the speed of the S Pen. Also, the Air actions introduced with the last-gen Galaxy Note 10 are now improved to increase the productivity.

Watch the complete videos to know more about these new Galaxy Note smartphones. While the audio in Korean, take advantage of the subtitles for understanding. Both the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are currently available for pre-order and will start shipping from August 21.