Etisalat announces the availability of the Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra
Etisalat announced today the availability of two Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra devices to users in the United Arab Emirates. The two new phones are designed to meet consumers' needs and enhance their dynamic lifestyles.
The two devices are characterized by providing many innovations that enable users to integrate all aspects related to work and play as they prefer, and in addition to supporting users in all aspects of their daily lives, the advanced features and functions of the Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra contribute to enabling them to invest their time and enhance their efficiency. Optimally, this enhances the value of the exceptional interactions and experiences that these smart devices provide.
On his part, Khaled Al-Khouli, CEO of Individuals at Etisalat said: “We are pleased to provide the Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra to our customers in the UAE, which are the latest and modern smartphones launched by Samsung to elevate customer experiences to an unprecedented level in the smartphone sector. .
Through the smart payment plan provided by "Etisalat", all customers can get these distinctive and ultra-popular phones with ease.
Etisalat has made these phones available for pre-order since August 5, 2020, at prices starting from 3.549 dirhams for the Galaxy Note20 and 4,499 dirhams for the Galaxy Note20 Ultra in Etisalat branches in the UAE, on its website, and through the My Etisalat UAE app. .
Customers can buy these phones through the smart payment plan with flexible installments ranging from 12 to 18 and 24 months, and with monthly fees starting from 154 dirhams for the Galaxy Note20 and 195 dirhams for the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, including tax.
Etisalat customers can purchase these new phones through the 5G Smart Pay plan, at the same prices as the 4G smart payment plan offer.
By purchasing one of these smartphones, existing and new subscribers of prepaid lines from "Etisalat" can press * 056 # to win one of the daily special offers: 1GB of data for three months, 3GB for two months, or 10GB for one month.
Galaxy Note20 is distinguished by its unique design and eye-catching elegance, and includes a 6.7-inch screen that provides an enhanced experience, with ultra-clear vision in all indoor and outdoor environments, thanks to the brightest smartphone screen available on the market.
The phone comes with new distinctive colors, and fits perfectly with the palm of the users, to enjoy watching distinctive videos and playing their favorite games.
The Galaxy Note20 series is also equipped with a fast processor, which enhances the speed of performance and smoother multitasking on all occasions and times.
The distinguished partnership between Samsung and Microsoft, and the use of the Microsoft 365 program in the Galaxy Note20 series phones, also contribute to enhancing productivity and proactive while at work.
The innovative features of these phones provide the ability for users to connect to computers and seamlessly multitask, transfer and edit files across different devices, and even respond to phone notifications.
The two new phones are equipped with the most advanced S Pen stylus ever to date, which enables users to write with exceptional accuracy, mimicking the accuracy of a real pen - thus improving the level of handwriting when using the S Pen with an organized and clear line.
The performance of these two phones, similar to that of computers, ensures enhanced digital experiences, thanks to the exceptional combination of multimedia software and high-quality visual content.
Galaxy Note20 phones are equipped with a smart battery that provides power for a whole day, enabling users to ensure the continuity of their work without any interruption.
And to enhance peace of mind, Samsung has been keen to develop charging capabilities, so that 30 minutes of charging is sufficient to enable users to complete their tasks and work.
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