Wait If You Aren't Prepared to Buy
Don't put in a Galaxy Note 20 pre-order until you're one hundred percent confident in your decision.
Before you commit to the Galaxy Note 20 you'll want to research the device's color options and storage options and pick the right one for your tastes and budget.
You'll also want to dig into and go hands-on with top Galaxy Note 20 competitors like the iPhone 11 Pro and Galaxy Note 10, research your data needs, and look into rival carriers to see if you might want to switch.
You'll also want to make a plan for your current device. Make sure you check re-sellers like Gazelle and sites like eBay and Craigslist. Again, Samsung is also offering a great trade-in deal and carriers are also offering their own deals.
If you don't need the extra cash, you should look into donating the device. If you'd rather keep it in-house, get in touch with friends and family and see if someone needs a new phone.
You won't be able to get this done in an hour, let alone a day. For some of you, it might take weeks. You won't know for sure until you start.
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