Killer phone deal: 39% off Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G
Amazon is currently offering 39% off Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G smartphones in a range of colours. That works out to a saving of $650!
If you're looking to upgrade your phone this Christmas, you could do a lot worse than the Samsung Galaxy Note20. With a Finder review score of 4.5 out of 5, it's arguably the best Android phone on the market right now. (This is backed up by its #2 placement on our Best Phones of 2020 list, behind the iPhone 12.)
For a limited time, Samsung is selling the 256GB 5G version for $999. That's a saving of $650, or nearly 40% off the RRP. There are four choices of colour available: grey, black, green and bronze, all of which are "mystic" for some reason.
To get the deal, hit the link below:
The excellent Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G smartphone (256GB) has been slashed by 39% over on Amazon. Usually costing close to $1,700, it's now down to just $999. There are 3 colours to choose from: Mystic Grey, Green or Bronze.
Buy for $999 (Previously $1,649)
About the phone
For those who missed our review, the Samsung Galaxy Note20 is an exceptional all rounder that has great battery life, an excellent 64MP main camera and the added benefit of an inbuilt S-Pen stylus. At the time, we declared it the best value Samsung flagship and its status hasn't changed.
In short, it's the best Samsung phone you can get right now – including the premium Note20 Ultra, which falls down on price. As we noted in our review, when you consider the cost saving and weigh up the fact that they run almost identically in terms of raw processing power and camera quality, the Note20 easily takes the crown.
Here are the chief specs:
Power, storage and battery
Note that the model being offered in this deal is the enhanced 5G version. If you have a compatible plan and live in a 5G-ready area, you can expect to receive much faster Internet speeds than the 4G variant which is handy if you regularly watch online video or visit graphically intensive websites.
Here are some 5G plans from Telstra, Vodafone and Optus if you're looking to make the switch: