Are you going to ditch the Galaxy S20 for the Note 20?

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The Galaxy S20 continues to be one of the best Android phones you can buy this year, but in just a few short months, we’re expecting Samsung to usher in yet another new handset in the form of the Galaxy Note 20.

Samsung’s latest Note release is always a fun one to look forward to, but given just how good the S20 series ended up being, is anyone super interested in picking up this year’s Note when it becomes available?

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One of our AC forum members recently asked this very question, and this is how our other members responded.

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Nostromo79

06-09-2020 10:36 AM

No. If anything, ‘Fell’, I’ll keep the Ultra to run with the Note20 Plus/Ultra/Xtreme because I’ve carried two or even three devices since 2011 and I cannot shake the habit. Mostly I use these phones for videography; one in hand, one recording from a tripod and one of the two linked to a Samsung Gear 360 Camera when i go surf fishing or upstate for trout fishing. I’d like to see greater…

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Lobwedgephil

06-09-2020 05:19 PM

Yes, I am getting either the Note 20 or Fold 2 to replace my Ultra.

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bhatech

06-09-2020 05:43 PM

For sure getting the Note 20 to replace the S20 and then again S21 to replace Note 20 and so on

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sulla1965

06-10-2020 11:16 PM

No I’m done with $1000+ devices. Forcing myself from here on to go with mid range or last years flagships.

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