It has been a month since Samsung’s new flagship phablet hit the market. Of the two models being offered, the Galaxy Note 20 is clearly one that you need to put a lot of thought into before buying. Its price tag took many by surprise and the consensus was that Samsung was asking too much for a phone that offered too little for the price.
As we pointed out in our Galaxy Note 20 review, the handset doesn’t feature 120Hz refresh rate, doesn’t have a microSD card slot, S Pen latency isn’t as low as the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, doesn’t get Gorilla Glass Victus on the front and has a lot more humble camera specs compared to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Yet, it costs $999.
If you decided to buy the Galaxy Note 20, we’d like to know if you’re still liking the phone a month or so after using it as your daily driver. Are you satisfied with it or regretting the purchase? Vote below and share your thoughts with us in the comments section.