The Samsung Galaxy Note is undoubtedly one of the most popular devices today. Even with Huawei and Apple's flagships, it is considered by many to be the best smartphone on the market. However, some might find it hard to justify buying this pricey device at its starting price of $1,000, which does come with a high price tag for a phone marketed to professional users.\n\n\n\nSo, here is a question that will be on the minds of many users: Is the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra worth buying?\n\n\n\nGalaxy Note 20 Ultra: Design and Screen\n\n\n\nThe Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a similar design to the Galaxy S10 Plus. It features metal and glass sides. This design is not very different from its predecessor except for its screen size. The screen becomes smaller with this new flagship device and falls between 6.3" and 6.75". The ever-increasing screen size of the Note line makes it one of the smallest devices under 10 inches.\n\n\n\nIt is a sharp contrast to its predecessor, which was considered one of the market's largest devices. The Note 10 Plus has an AMOLED screen with a 1080 x 2280 pixel resolution. In addition, it also has HDR10 support and an aspect ratio of 18:5:9, which creates a truly immersive screen viewing experience. There is also an in-display fingerprint sensor, which adds one more layer of security for your smartphone.\n\n\n\nGalaxy Note 20 Ultra: Performance and Memory\n\n\n\nTwo different processors power the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The WiFi models support the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, and the top S10 Plus models are supported by the Exynos 9825. Both have six cores clocked at 2.8 GHz and a 1.7 GHz clocked core. They both have a capacity of 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, which can be expanded via microSD card up to 512 GB.\n\n\n\nGalaxy Note 20 Ultra: Camera\n\n\n\nThe Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus has the same front-facing camera as the S10 Plus. However, it has a resolution of 10MP and can record video at up to 4K resolution. It also has excellent portrait mode images, a common feature on the camera of many Samsung smartphones. This year, we were introduced to an upgrade in the rear camera for this device, which has a resolution of 12 MP. In addition, it also has a variable aperture ranging from f\/1.5 to f\/2.4.\n\n\n\nThe front-facing camera boasts a larger field of vision and a 3D depth camera for live focus and ultra-slow motion selfies. The front camera will also have an adjustable soft lighting feature set to three different modes, including normal, natural, and soft lighting. These features are not available on the Note 10 Plus.\n\n\n\nGalaxy Note 20 Ultra: Battery Life\n\n\n\nThe Samsung Galaxy Notes' battery life is one of this device line's most highly advertised features. The Galaxy Note 10 has a battery life of about 400 minutes. This figure is for continuous video playback with WiFi on. In addition, the S10 Plus has a battery life of around 300 minutes. The Note 20 Ultra is one of the few smartphones with a battery life of under 300 minutes, making it suitable for business users.\n\n\n\nThe Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a 3,850 mAh Lithium-ion battery, which is sufficient enough to get through most days without charging it daily. It also comes with 18W fast charging support, although the official charger will be more powerful and have a higher wattage than this device's OEM versions.\n\n\n\nGalaxy Note 20 Ultra: Storage and Connectivity\n\n\n\nThe Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a microSD card slot that can expand the internal storage up to 512 GB. This could be very useful if you take many photos or videos with your smartphone. The device can connect via USB Type-C, and it is equipped with an outlet for the charger, making charging easier and faster. Furthermore, it also has Bluetooth 5 as well as WiFi 802.11 ac support. Some high-end devices with worldwide networks offer an LTE modem.\n\n\n\nConclusion\n\n\n\nIn addition to the previously stated hardware improvements, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra also boasts several noteworthy software enhancements. It is equipped with Samsung Knox 2.8, which security experts have reinforced, and it has an additional layer of security, including biometric authentication support. In addition, Android Pie powers it, and it comes with Bixby 3.0, allowing you to get more personalized assistance. Furthermore, it also comes with DeX support and Alexa integration, so if you use Alexa frequently, you can use this smartphone in addition to other smart home devices using your voice only.\n\n\n\nThese features are available on the S10 Plus, which falls under the $1,000 price point. However, if you don't mind paying a higher price tag or want to have one device with all of these features, then the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a great option for you.\n\n\n\nOverall, it is worth considering if you are trying to get all your devices in one place. For some people, there is a premium that they are willing to pay, which they feel justifies the extra money they spend, and this will be the case for most people who choose to purchase this device.