Samsung’s S Pen housing flagship, the Note20 Ultra was announced back in August at the company’s virtual Unpacked event. The device sports top-of-the-line specs and was launched for an asking price of $1,299, with the higher storage capacity variant costing a whopping $1,449, in the U.S. The Note20 series has seen healthy reception in the U.K. as the company announced that the devices hit a record number of pre-orders in that country.
If you held off on purchasing the device at those rates, you are in luck as it is currently being discounted on Amazon.com. The 512GB storage capacity variant of the phone is off by a massive $400, now costing $1,049. This makes the phone cheaper than the Galaxy S20 Ultra, whilst offering additional features such as the S Pen, a slightly beefier processor – the Snapdragon 865+, and a larger 6.9-inch screen. The display sports a 120Hz refresh rate and supports the updated S Pen with reduced latency.
What’s interesting is that if you opt for the lower-tier model with 128GB of RAM, that will set you back by $1,099, a $200 discount, which happens to be more expensive than the 512GB variant. It is not clear as to how long the deal will last, so interested buyers can head to Amazon here for the top-tier version of the Note20 Ultra for $1,049.
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