You can save $200 on the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra right now

You can save $200 on the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra right now

They have only been on sale for a few short weeks, but we have our first price cuts for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Right now, you can save $200 on all variants of Samsung’s new flagship device thanks to a surprise sale Amazon is having right now.

Thanks to these discounts which won’t last long, you can pick up the entry-level regular Galaxy Note 20 for just $799.99, which is a great price and a 20% saving on the original starting price of $1,000. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is also reduced meaning the version with 128GB of storage will cost you just $1099.99.


Here are all the models available and their new pricing when you snap up this deal:

In case you missed it, Samsung’s all-new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra brings an array of flagship specs including a 6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, a super-fast Snapdragon 865 Plus processor with 12GB of RAM, and a triple camera featuring a primary 108MP sensor combined with a 12MP ultrawide camera and 12MP telephoto camera offering 5x optical zoom. The whole package is powered by a large 4,500 mAh battery with 25W fast wired charging, 15W wireless charging, and 4.5W reverse wireless charging so you can charge your headphones or even other phones.

We’re not sure how long this deal will stick about, but it’s likely it won’t last long so if you want a cheap Galaxy Note 20, look no further. Of course, there are also other Galaxy Note 20 deals we’ve found so check those out as well!

    If you've been waiting to pick up a cheap Galaxy Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra, look no further. You can save $200 if you buy it right now, but don't delay as this deal won't last forever!

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Born and raised in the UK, Nirave has been in the mobile industry since the mid-2000s in a career that has spanned from working in retail to training staff and finally, tech publishing. Previously the Managing Editor of Android Authority, and the Editorial Director at Mobile Nations, he joined the XDA team as Chief Content Officer in early 2020. He loves mobile tech, smart home, and 5G, and alongside shaping the long-term strategy of XDA, he'll be helping the writing team with reviews and other content. You can follow him on Twitter here:

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