Samsung’s all-new Galaxy Note 20 was revealed last week at the firm’s online Unpacked showcase and brings a swathe of new features to this screen-scribbling device. Along with a faster processor, there’s also upgrades to the camera and a much more responsive S Pen is now tucked inside its aluminium body.
Huawei P30 Pro owners can also hand over their phones and get £300 towards their new device – that’s far more than most trade-in sites are offering for this 2019 flagship.
Considering the Note 20 Ultra starts from £1,179 this is a considerable saving and certainly makes the update far more affordable.
Along with that trade-in deal, Samsung is also offering the option to pay for the phone in instalments without facing any extra interest charges.
There’s 6, 12, 18 and 24-month options available which means you can pop the Note Ultra in your pocket from £49.13 per month. The standard Note 20 starts from under £30 per month.
Of course, that doesn’t include any data, calls or texts but it does make purchasing this latest device a little easier on the bank account.
Speaking a the launch of the Note 20, Conor Pierce, Corporate Vice President UK & Ireland, Samsung Electronics, said: “Technology has played a vital role in keeping us connected during these unprecedented times.” “Now more than ever, our customers are looking for products that deliver against this and work seamlessly together.
“Whether it’s through work or play, the ecosystem we have launched today is designed to help you get the most out of life. With our Note20 range and Tab S7+ now powered by 5G, we are not only super-charging the connected experience, but also strengthening Samsung’s 5G leadership in the UK. We can’t wait to hear our customers’ feedback”.
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