Last week, Samsung officially launched its newest flagship duo, the Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra. The Galaxy Note 20 was the successor of the Galaxy Note 10 that was released last year.
The Galaxy Note 20 brings a number of specs improvements from the previous series.
As seen from the screen size, design language, as well as the hardware that is carried. The following are a number of differences from the Galaxy Note 20 of the Galaxy Note 10 as summarized on Tuesday (11/8/2/2020).
The most noticeable difference between the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 10 is from the screen size. The Galaxy Note 20 has a wider display of 6.7 inches while the Note 10 screen size is 6.3 inches wide.
This is not the only difference that can be seen. The Galaxy Note 10, released last year, has a screen with curved edges. While the Galaxy Note 20 has a flat edge of the screen.
Both have a punch-hole in the top center of the screen. The Galaxy Note 10 regular is equipped with a Dynamic AMOLED display. Meanwhile, Note 20 carries Super AMOLED Plus screen.
In addition to different screen types and sizes, the screen resolutions of these two Galaxy Note series devices are also different. Note 10 has a resolution of 2,280 x 1,080 pixels.
Meanwhile, Note 20 carries a screen with a resolution of 2,345 x 1,084 pixels. Nevertheless, both have a 60Hz refresh rate.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 20 both carry Samsung’s signature Infinity-O design with a thin bezel.
Both have a punch hole on the top side. The hole contains a selfie camera with a 10-megapixel sensor (f/2.2).
The Galaxy Note 10 has a physical dimension of 151 x 71.8 x 7, 9mm. While the Galaxy Note 20 dimensioner is greater than 161.6 x 75.2 x 8.3 mm.
With larger physical dimensions, the weight of the Galaxy Note 20 is also heavier, which is 192 grams, compared to the Note 10 weighing 168 grams.
Just like any other model in the Galaxy Note series, these two compact phones are equipped with a Samsung’s signature pen accessory (stylus). The pen is placed in a hole in the lower body of the phone.
Battery performance and capacity
With a performance, the Galaxy Note 20 Series is equipped with the latest chipset, the Exynos 990. The Galaxy Note 10 Series relies on the Exynos 9825 chipset.
The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 10 come with a RAM configuration and 8 GB/256 GB of storage. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has two options, namely 8 GB/256 GB and 8 GB/512 GB which can be expanded up to 1 TB through a micro SD slot.
Although it supports fast charging up to 25 watts, the battery capacity of the Galaxy Note 20 is greater than 4,300 mAh, while the Galaxy Note 10 3,500 mAh.
The operating system is also different, the Galaxy Note 20 is already running the Android OS 10 (Intuitive One UI), while Note 10 still supports Android 9 (One UI) OS.