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Whether or not Samsung still plans to release a Galaxy Note 21 powerhouse next year, the impending announcement of an S Pen-supporting S21 Ultra is pretty much guaranteed to negatively impact the appeal of the existing stylus-wielding Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
Alternatively, you can spend an extra 40 bucks or so and get the 128GB factory unlocked handset bundled with an always handy and versatile wireless charger convertible. Unfortunately, the Mystic Black Note 20 Ultra variant is still obscenely expensive, whether you’re looking to purchase it on its own or alongside the aforementioned charging accessory.
Naturally, the larger Note 20 Ultra comes with an even heftier 4,500mAh cell in tow, as well as a sharper and smoother 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED display, a 108-megapixel main shooter, 12MP periscope telephoto lens equipped with 5x optical zoom capabilities, and last but not least, a premium glass-and-metal build.