The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are now available globally. You'll be able to buy it from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Best Buy, Samsung.com and a few other retailers too.
In case you missed it, you can read our review of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra here.
The Galaxy Note 20 is a decent Galaxy Note, but if you want the best of the best, you'd better pick up the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Which has a 6.9-inch QHD+ AMOLED 120Hz display, the Snapdragon 865+ chipset, 12GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. There is also a 4500mAh capacity battery inside the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, that should keep you going all day long.
The Galaxy Note 20 is available in Mystic Gray, Mystic Green and Mystic Bronze. While the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is available in Mystic Black, Mystic White and Mystic Bronze. You can check out the specs of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra here.
How much will the Galaxy Note 20 series cost?
The Galaxy Note 20 series isn’t going to be cheap, and we expected that. Particularly since these are 5G smartphones with the latest specs in every single category.
But the Galaxy Note 20 is going to cost $999. And it is only available in one SKU, which includes 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
Meanwhile the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is going to be available for $1299, and that is for the cheaper SKU. Which comes with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. There will be a more expensive option that has 512GB of storage available, and it’ll likely cost $1499. Though Samsung hasn’t yet confirmed it.
Where can I buy the Galaxy Note 20 series?
You can buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series from Amazon, Best Buy, Samsung.com, AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon.
Most carriers are doing a BOGO on the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. So you can purchase one, and get $1,000 towards a Galaxy Note 20 or S20 series device. But keep in mind, you likely need to add a line for that.
Best Buy offers the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra in unlocked, as well as AT&T and Verizon versions (there's also a Sprint option, surprisingly). Best Buy isn't offering any specials. But you can usually save $50-$100 if you activate it today. Keep in mind, this only works with Verizon and AT&T devices.
You can purchase the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra unlocked, or for your carrier, from Samsung's website. You can purchase it at the full retail price, or finance it through Samsung.
Samsung is also offering up to 50% off the regular price when you finance it. This also works if you trade in your device (which can get you up to $650 off the device), so you can pay as little as $250 for a Galaxy Note 20.
Buy one Galaxy Note 20 smartphone, get a second Galaxy Note 20 series or S20 series smartphone free, with a premium Unlimited plan. You also have to add a new line.
You can also choose to save $550 with a trade-in, if you don't need a second phone or to add a second line. And if you switch to Verizon right now, you can get $150 off.
You can save 50% on the Galaxy Note 20, or $500 off of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra when you trade-in your current device.
The Galaxy Note 20 will be $0 down and $41.67 per month of $999.99 full retail. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be $0 down and $54.17 per month or $1299.99 full retail. And finally the 512GB model of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be $149.99 down and $54.17 per month or $1499.99 full retail.
For AT&T, they are also offering a BOGO on the Galaxy Note 20. So you can get a second one free, or $1,000 towards another Samsung smartphone. And that's when you buy it on a 30-month installment plan with the AT&T unlimited plan.
The Galaxy Note 20 is going to cost you $33.34 per month of $999 full retail. While the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is $43.34 per month or $1299 full retail. And the 512GB model is $48.34 per month or $1449.99 full retail.