Samsung’s next flagship phone called the Galaxy Note 20-series is currently being tipped to launch on August 5. While nothing is confirmed officially from the side of the South Korean giant, the leak comes from Ice Universe which has a good record regarding information that concerns Samsung. The Galaxy Note 20-series has been leaked quite substantially over the past couple of months, so here is everything that has been churning out of the rumour mill.
Galaxy Note 20-series: Expected specs and features
It is expected that the Note 20-series is going to have at least three phones in the lineup with the top-end variant being the Note 20 Ultra. The new Exynos 992 chipset which is based on the 7nm manufacturing technology. In other regions, such as the US and South Korea, the phones will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865. The Galaxy S20 Ultra, which happened to be launched in the US for a starting price of $1,399 which is something that can be expected for the Note 20 Ultra.
Recently, Samsung had mistakenly revealed the design of the Note 20 Ultra in its full “Mystic Bronze” glory, and there happened to be a triple-camera setup that was quite prominent. The mains sensor is likely going to be the 108MP lens which happened to be present in the S20 Ultra. Other sensors are rumoured to be the 12MP ultra-wide and 13MP periscope lens with up to 100X zoom. The other Note 20 smartphones should take the optics from the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus smartphones.
As for the display, the Note 20-series LTPO backplane with a screen size of 6.9-inch and a resolution of 3040×1440. There will obviously be support for a 120Hz refresh rate on all the three phones. From the photos, it also looks that the screen is slightly curved like the S20-series. Apart from that, the ever-present S-pen will be there and the colour will be matching the phone.
That is currently all the information we have about the Galaxy Note 20-series. We should know more when the device is announced presumably on August 5. Let us know in the comments section what you think about the device.
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