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Snag a dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra for $930 on eBay

Snag a dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra for $930 on eBay

If you've seen our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra, you know it's slick. You also know it's expensive — a $1300 price tag can be a hard pill to swallow. Luckily, eBay seller sobeonline1 has listed the international, dual-SIM, 256 GB model of the Note20 Ultra for $930 — $370 off the price of the single-SIM, 128 GB US model.

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The 5 worst things about the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra

The 5 worst things about the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra

The Galaxy Note20 Ultra is the defacto flagship for Samsung fans this year. It's packed with plenty of processing power, a gorgeous 120Hz display, and an elegant design that makes other phones drool. But we're not here to toot Samsung's horn — that post is over here. Instead, we're going to take a look at 5 of the worst things about the Note20 Ultra, from its outrageous pricing to that offensively large camera bump.

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The 5 best things about the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra

The 5 best things about the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra

Samsung's Galaxy Note20 Ultra is one of the most expensive phones you can buy right now, but it's also one of the best. We're going to walk through 5 of the best things that Samsung offers consumers with the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, including the S Pen, the giant 120Hz display, and Samsung's promise of 3 years of major OS updates.

That superpowered pen

One of the most noteworthy features of the Note phones has always been the inclusion of Samsung's S Pen. Whether you're keeping track of items on a shopping list or jotting down ideas for your next big editorial piece, the S Pen is always ready and waiting.

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Energy Ring brings hole-punch battery indicator to your new Pixel 4a and Note20 Ultra

Energy Ring brings hole-punch battery indicator to your new Pixel 4a and Note20 Ultra

Energy Ring offers a neat way to put that obtrusive camera cutout to some good use. In the last few months, the app has moved beyond Samsung phones to cover a whole host of devices from other brands as well. In line with that, Energy Ring has now added support for two of the newest entries in the smartphone market — the Pixel 4a and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra.

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Here are hundreds of high refresh rate games to play on the 120Hz Galaxy Note20 Ultra

Here are hundreds of high refresh rate games to play on the 120Hz Galaxy Note20 Ultra

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note20 Ultra is premium as all get-out, packing the beefiest specs money can buy in 2020, including a Snapdragon 865+, 12 gigs of RAM, and a 6.9-inch 120Hz display. That spread is particularly good for gaming, but not every game can take full advantage of the giant display's high refresh rate. But a bunch can! Here's a handy searchable list of high refresh rate games you can try on the Note20 Ultra.

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Galaxy Note20 vs OnePlus 8 Pro: Which should you buy?

Galaxy Note20 vs OnePlus 8 Pro: Which should you buy?

Samsung's Galaxy Note20 Ultra packs in plenty of high-end specs like a Snapdragon 865+, big 120Hz display, one of the biggest camera sensors you can get, plus a periscope-style telephoto camera, laser autofocus, and the well-known S Pen. But before you go dropping $1,300 on a pre-order, you might want to consider what you're looking for in a phone, and the OnePlus 8 Pro might also be on your radar.

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Galaxy S20 Ultra vs Note20 Ultra: What did Samsung learn from its last 'Ultra' phone?

Galaxy S20 Ultra vs Note20 Ultra: What did Samsung learn from its last 'Ultra' phone?

Samsung's Note20 Ultra is here, and as its name suggests, it shares quite a lot in common with the recent Galaxy S20 Ultra, and that includes a sky-high price tag. So, what did Samsung learn from the Galaxy S20 Ultra, and which should you get?

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Should you buy a Note20 or a Note20 Ultra?

Should you buy a Note20 or a Note20 Ultra?

As with last year's Note10 and Note10+, Samsung has again released two Note-series phones, begging the usual question: Which should you buy? Of course, that always comes down to your wants and budget, but it should still be a surprisingly easy decision to make, given how different the two phones are.

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