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Samsung Galaxy Note20 review: The plastic isn't the problem

Samsung Galaxy Note20 review: The plastic isn't the problem

In the last year or so, Samsung has started splitting up its flagship experience with new "Ultra" devices. At first, it seemed like these new, higher-end phones simply had more and better stuff to elevate them further, but with the new Note20 series, I think it's clear Samsung is intentionally making its base phones worse. However, the world of smartphones is lacking in absolutes, and I still think Samsung did a whole lot right with the Note20. Somehow the company managed to fit a huge and flat 6.7" screen in a phone without making it unwieldy or awkward to use. Battery life is also ridiculously good, and I even honestly like the matte plastic back now that I've used it.

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Grab a Samsung Galaxy Note20 for just $800 ($200 off) on eBay

Grab a Samsung Galaxy Note20 for just $800 ($200 off) on eBay

There's a lot of great stuff to say about the Samsung Galaxy Note20. It's got great performance, a decent camera, the S Pen — unfortunately, what it doesn't have is a great price, still sitting at $1,000 MSRP. If you're looking for the flagship experience at a discount, Microsoft has the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note20 listed on sale for just $800 ($200 off) on eBay.

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Samsung adds Galaxy Note20, Fold2, and Tab S7 to its security update schedule

Samsung adds Galaxy Note20, Fold2, and Tab S7 to its security update schedule

Updates used to be a sore talking point for Samsung, but that's no longer the case. The company recently committed to OS updates for three device generations, and it's been shooting out updates for its latest phones left and right. In the same vein, Samsung has just added some of its latest devices, including the Note20, Fold2, and Tab S7, to its security update schedule.

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Unlocked Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra already $200 off, starting at $800

Unlocked Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra already $200 off, starting at $800

Samsung offered some decent trade-in values and a good amount of store credit with the launch of the Galaxy Note20 series, but if you'd rather have a good old discount, you're in luck. Amazon and B&H currently have the US unlocked models of the Note20 and Note20 Ultra for $799.99 and $1,099.99, respectively, representing a price drop of $200 for both.

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Samsung's Care+ protection plan can't be added to the Galaxy Note20 post-purchase

Samsung's Care+ protection plan can't be added to the Galaxy Note20 post-purchase

Samsung's flagships have never been cheap, but even base prices are now eclipsing the four-figure mark. It's no surprise, then, that customers often opt for the company's Care+ protection plan for a few dollars a month. Unfortunately, Note20 buyers are finding that they're unable to add Care+ after they've purchased the phone.

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Five changes we would make to the Galaxy Note20 Ultra

Five changes we would make to the Galaxy Note20 Ultra

The Galaxy Note20 Ultra is undeniably an excellent phone, but like almost any product, there's still plenty of room for improvement; namely, the price is sky-high, its size poses usability issues, and we have some more subjective input we'd provide about features and design that would just make it a better phone in our eyes. At $1300, Samsung should be throwing in everything and the kitchen sink, so consider this our "kitchen sink" Galaxy Note20 Ultra wish list.

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Unlocked Galaxy Note20 comes with $200 gift card when purchased at Target

Unlocked Galaxy Note20 comes with $200 gift card when purchased at Target

The Galaxy Note20's only been out for a week or so, but Target is already offering a pretty enticing deal. With the purchase of a Mystic Gray unlocked Note20, you'll get a $200 Target gift card sent to you. If you were already buy things regularly from Target, that equates to around 20% off.

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Should you buy the Galaxy Note20 or the Galaxy S20+?

Should you buy the Galaxy Note20 or the Galaxy S20+?

Samsung just released the Galaxy Note20 series, and it might be the most polarizing Note lineup yet. The Note20 Ultra is undoubtedly an excellent phone, but it’s incredibly overpriced at $1,299, and the base Note20 is missing a few important features (even compared to the S20 series). Samsung’s overlapping product lineups can make it difficult to determine which exact model is best for you, but that’s what we’re here for.

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Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra: Best deals, pricing, trade-in values, and availability

Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra: Best deals, pricing, trade-in values, and availability

Samsung's newest Note phones are here, and they're very, very expensive. These phones sport Samsung's latest displays, improved S Pens, and all the 5G you can handle. If you're dead-set on picking up the new Galaxy Note20 or Note20 Ultra, you've got several options. Samsung has the unlocked phone, of course, but you can also buy the phone from your carrier of choice. We've got all the details right here. Most pre-order deals are over now, and it'll probably be a few more weeks at least before there are new discounts.

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Samsung's OneUI 2.5 finally lets you use Android 10's gesture navigation in third party launchers

Samsung's OneUI 2.5 finally lets you use Android 10's gesture navigation in third party launchers

As promised all the way back in March, we can confirm that Samsung's One UI 2.5 update finally delivers support for full-screen navigation gestures in third party launchers. It's unfortunate that it took Samsung so long — Android 11 is probably just weeks away, and Pixels got this feature last year — but better late than never, and we can confirm it works on OneUI 2.5 via the Note 20 Ultra.

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