Samsung unveils new Galaxy Note20

Samsung unveils new Galaxy Note20

KUALA LUMPUR: Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn Bhd has launched the new Samsung Galaxy Note20, the latest smartphone to help Malaysians maximise their work and play experience.

“We are in the edge of the next normal, so technology especially mobile technology has a critical role,” its head of product marketing, IT and mobile business, Luke Au, said at the company’s ‘Samsung Galaxy Note20 Experiential Session’ here, today.

“Many consumers are talking about Samsung to give them a new place to communicate, new place to work, new place to connect,” he said.

According to SME president Yoonsoo Kim, every detail of the Galaxy Note20 is meticulously thought through, all with the aim to allow users to bring every crucial part of their lives, be it work or play, onto one single device.

He said the release of its new smartphone would redefine the present meaning and purpose of its mobile technology.

With prices starting from RM3,899, the Galaxy Note20 comes with new mystic colour options, namely bronze, green, black, white, and grey, with matching S Pen.

One attractive feature of the smartphone is the much-improved S Pen that give users a more lifelike and fluid S Pen-to-screen writing feel.

Samsung has expanded its integration with Microsoft devices with this new smartphone with link to windows feature that allow users to respond to text, receives notification and answer calls from personal computer even when the phone is in another room.

Customers who purchase any Galaxy Note20 from Aug 21 till Oct 31, 2020 will also receive a free UV steriliser with wireless charger and a wireless charger convertible that can be made at all Samsung Experience store or the Samsung e-store.  

Another feature of the Galaxy Note20 is that it is powered by the latest Exynos processor with 120Hz display and accompanied by Samsung’s latest Wireless DeX feature that allows user mobile gaming like never seen before.

In addition, Samsung said a Galaxy Note20 Trade-up is available, where customers can trade their existing smartphone for up to RM4,005 for a new Galaxy Note20.

— BERNAMA