4 things you can buy for $1,300 instead of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

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4 things you can buy for $1,300 instead of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Flagship phones cost an arm and a leg these days and the new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is everything but an exception. You need to part with $1,300 of your hard-earned dollars in order to put this beauty inside your pocket. Before you pull the trigger on that one, we have a quick list of things you can buy instead. And yes, there’s a phone in each package, so you won’t feel cheated. Again, it’s perfectly fine to cough out the doe for a Note 20 Ultra, if that’s your thing, but it doesn’t hurt to have options, right?

Things you can buy for $1,300 instead of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

#1 “Get out of your couch” combo

DJI Mavic Mini - Drone FlyCam Quadcopter 
SanDisk 128GB Extreme microSDXC 
Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch 
OnePlus 8 (5G, 128GB, 8GB RAM) 6.55" 90Hz Display, Snapdragon 865 

Total: $1,323.99

Will all the COVID-19 craze it seems like people became prisoners in their own homes. Safety comes first, of course, but there are safe ways to get your vitamin D before winter takes that away. Have you ever flown a drone? It’s a great way not only to get fresh air but also to snap some amazing photos. That’s what the microSDXC card is for. And while you’re out piloting your drone like a Top Gun hero, it doesn’t hurt to track your fitness progress. The Fitbit Versa 2 is one of the best-selling trackers/smartwatches out there and for a good reason. We’ve promised a smartphone and it’s time to deliver. The OnePlus 8 will satisfy all your smartphone needs at a bargain price.

ALSO READ: OnePlus 8 review


#2 “Get actually mobile” package

Segway Ninebot MAX Electric Kick Scooter 
GoPro HERO7 Silver + PNY Elite-X 32GB microSDHC Card 
Google - Pixel 4a 128GB (Unlocked) - Just Black 
Total: $1,298.98

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Yeah, the pun is intended - we focus on mobile phones so much these days, that we forget what mobility really is. Mobility is freedom and democracy, without a drop of irony in that statement. You can get electric and on-the-move easily with the allocated budget. The Ninebot Max electric scooter is a real long-range warrior. Strap a GoPro camera on and you’re all set! We haven’t forgotten about the phone, too. Google’s Pixel 4a will get the job done - you won’t have time for smartphone distractions when you ride along.

ALSO READ: Google Pixel 4a review


#3 “The real photographer” deal

Canon EOS Rebel T7i US 24.2 Digital SLR Camera 
K&F Concept TM2534T DSLR Camera Tripod 66 Inch 
SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC 
Motorola Moto G Stylus 
Total: $1,256.93

Yeah, we all know how good smartphones have become, especially with mobile photography. Still, there’s a point to be made in owning a good semi-pro camera. Quite a few points, actually. Owning a dedicated camera means you’ll be more focused on taking pictures and mastering your craft - without the constant distractions of a smartphone (you’ll get one with this package, don’t worry). A good DSLR or a mirrorless can’t be toppled, especially with a nice pack of objective lenses. You can do portrait photography, astrophotography, snap some great artsy photos, and many more. Yeah, modern smartphones kinda try to do the same, but let’s be honest. If you’re serious about your photography, you won’t rely on your smartphone alone. This means you can get a Motorola Moto G Stylus to take up smartphone duties and forget about it.

ALSO READ: Moto G Stylus review


#4 “I’d rather be gaming this autumn” VR edition combo

PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB Console 
PlayStation VR Mega Pack (PS4) 
Samsung Galaxy A21 Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone 
Total: $1,207.99

Get into the VR realm with this megapack. There’s no COVID-19 in the virtual world, right? Or at least, you can actually fight the zombies rather than slowly become one of them. And because you won’t spend much time in the real world, one Samsung Galaxy A21 will satisfy your infrequent communication needs perfectly.


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