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The Galaxy Note20 5G and Note20 Ultra 5G have now launched at Optus

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Blazing fast power and the most responsive S PEN yet.

Samsung Galaxy Note fans rejoice! The latest iterations of Samsung’s Galaxy Note Series are now available to purchase from Optus. Introducing the Galaxy Note20 5G and its larger cousin, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G.

This year it’s all about Samsung’s signature stylus – the S PEN. Continuing to expand upon the improvements from last years Samsung Galaxy Note10, Samsung have included even more intuitive air gesture controls and boast having produced the most responsive S PEN to date.

Of course, that’s not all. The new Note 20 packs in a pro-grade camera including all your must have lenses, powerful processing power for seamless gaming and a long-lasting intelligent battery to keep you going no matter what the task.

Galaxy Note20 5G

The Galaxy Note20 5G features a Super AMOLED Plus Infinity-0 Display measuring in at 6.7”. While slightly smaller than the Ultra 5G, there’s more than enough screen real estate for business or pleasure.

Learn more about the Galaxy Note20 5G below:

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Intelligent S Pen
Like a real pen. But more than a pen. Smoother writing is just the tip of the new S Pen experience¹. Not only does it take notes, it translates your handwriting to text, triggers your phone camera to take photos and works as a remote control.2 Seamless PC-like experience.

Works like a computer 
From scribbles, to sketches to meeting minutes and maths, Samsung Notes does it all3 Use your Galaxy Note20 5G to create and edit professional documents on the fly and access them across your compatible tablet or PC4

Pro-grade Video Pro quality
Pro movie-effects. Capture moments in stunning 8K or epic 120 frames per second for that big screen quality5. Easy to use built-in movie-like effects will give your home movies an extra kick.

Ultimate gaming experience
Samsung’s fastest Galaxy Note processor, stunning Infinity-O Display and superfast 5G6. It’s a gaming machine. With improved touch sensitivity7, you and the Galaxy Note20 5G are a formidable team Plus Game Booster mode optimises performance, it's faster and more power efficient, your Galaxy Note may out last you.


¹Compared to previous Samsung Galaxy devices.2S Pen remote function is designed to reach up to 10 meters in an open space. Performance subject to circumstances including frequency of usage on a single charge.3Samsung account and Internet connection required for note synchronisation. Samsung Notes apps available on compatible Samsung Galaxy tablet models and PCs. Data usage costs may apply.4Compatible with tablets running Android 7.0 (Nougat) and higher and PC running Windows 10.5 To view videos in 8K quality, a compatible 8K device is required (sold separately).65G capable: This device is capable of working on the Optus 5G network, which is rolling out in selected areas. Not available in NT or TAS. When not in a 5G coverage area, the device will switch to the Optus 4G or 3G network where it is available. For more details, check to previous Galaxy Note device

Galaxy Note20 5G Ultra

The Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G features a Super AMOLED Plus Infinity-0 Display measuring in at a whopping 6.9.” Combined with an Ultra-fast 120 Hz refresh rate, you’ll be up for the ultimate video and gaming experience.

Learn more about the Galaxy Note20 5G Ultra below:

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All-day Intelligent Battery
The apps you love might run down another smartphone. But the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G has all-day intelligent battery power1 for worry free usage2It also charges super-fast, giving you hours of power, from minutes of charge3. Enjoy the power of a PC in your hand, and the juice to make it last.

Seriously Fast 5G

Stream, download, and post at seriously fast speeds with incredible 5G technology.4

Pro-grade Camera

Capture all of life’s details with a full kit of lenses –108MP wide camera, telephoto zoom and ultra-wide, at your fingertips. With our new Laser Auto Focus you can capture shots fast and with more accuracy. It helps your shots stay focused, even if you’re not.



Dynamic AMOLED 2X display

More screen, less interruptions with our smoothest ever 6.9” Dynamic AMOLED 2X edge display. Never miss a detail with ultra-fast refresh and enjoy super smooth scrolling with enhanced touch sensitivity.5

Circumstances including frequency of usage on a single charge.2Based on independent third-party testing of Note20 Ultra 5G. Battery life varies depending upon various factors. See user manual for instructions on optimum battery life. 3Fast chargers required for fast charging. Actual charging speed varies by device and depending on usage, charging conditions, and other factors. 45G capable: This device is capable of working on the Optus 5G network, which is rolling out in selected areas. Not available in NT or TAS. When not in a 5G coverage area, the device will switch to the Optus 4G or 3G network where it is available. For more details, check
5Compared to previous Galaxy devices. 

What else is new from Samsung?
Wrist looking a little bare? Check out the new Samsung Galaxy Watch3. Looking for other handsets from Samsung? Check out the newly released Samsung A71 5G and A21S.

How can I claim the pre-order gift with purchase?
If you’ve pre-ordered the Galaxy Note20 5G or Note20 Ultra 5G from Optus, learn how to claim your gift with purchase here.

Information for tracking and delivery 
For order tracking and delivery, check out this article. You can also chat with an expert by messaging us via the My Optus app.

Let us know what you think about the new Note20 series in the comment section below 🙂 

Optus is relying on product information supplied by Samsung in making the representations above and below. Your rights and guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law are unaffected.


looking nice 😍

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Occasional Contributor

Just a shame that Australia gets the second rate Exynos chip