Samsung officially unveiled its Galaxy Note 20 smartphone model recently.
The new smartphones will feature massive screens and the ability the stream Xbox games over the cloud, reports the Daily Mail.
Both the standard Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra have been designed for "Note loyalists". The smartphone models will support 5G and are optimised for game streaming via Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft's video game subscription service that gives users access to a catalogue of games.
More than 90 games should be available on the smartphone via the cloud at launch, making the Galaxy Note 20 a "portable game console".
The 6.7-inch-screened Note 20 will retail from £849 for the 4G version and £949 for a 5G version, while the slightly larger 6.9-inch Note Ultra, with full 5G support, will retail for £1,179.
Both phones are larger than their equivalent Note 10 models, released last year – which measured 6.3 inches and 6.8 inches respectively.
The new phones run Android 10, come with a triple camera system and have a new more powerful S Pen stylus, a characteristic feature of Samsung's Note series, that responds to gesture commands.
The smartphones, described as "the most powerful Note line yet" by the Korean company, are available to pre-order on the Samsung website from August 5 and go on sale on August 21.
Samsung also unveiled the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus tablets, the Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch, Galaxy Buds Live, and offered a first look at the Galaxy Z Fold 2, its next-generation foldable smartphone.
The new devices were unveiled at Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event, which took place online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Samsung said the Galaxy Note 20 series is a "productivity powerhouse" that works "like a computer and lets you game like a pro".
"Technology has played a vital role in keeping us connected during these unprecedented times," said Conor Pierce, corporate vice president of Samsung Electronics for UK & Ireland.
"Now more than ever, our customers are looking for products that deliver against this and work seamlessly together. Whether it's through work or play, the ecosystem we have launched today is designed to help you get the most out of life."
"With our Note 20 range and Tab S7 Plus now powered by 5G, we are not only super-charging the connected experience, but also strengthening Samsung's 5G leadership in the UK," he added.