Samsung Galaxy Note 20 turned out to be a gaming smartphone

Samsung changes the positioning of the model

It was said last week that the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will provide access to over 90 console games via Xbox Game Pass and Microsoft Project Cloud. According to a source now, Samsung even decided to slightly change the positioning of the model and present it as a gaming one.

Usually, manufacturers try not to mix everything together, and therefore clearly distinguish between gaming and flagship models. The former focuses on performance, sound, screen, and cooling, while the latter focuses on the screen, cameras, and overall usability. But Samsung this time decided to kill two birds with one stone, defining its new flagship Note20 gaming. The excuse for this is a free Xbox Game Pass subscription for three months. But not only that.

According to the source, in some countries, when pre-ordering the Note20, a gift will be offered in the form of a MOGA X5-X + gamepad, specially designed for Xbox games. It is logical to think that everyone else will be able to purchase a game controller as an optional accessory. However, whether a subscription to a gaming service and a gamepad included in the Note20 kit will make it popular among gamers is still a big question.

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