Samsung refreshes its Galaxy Note lineup of smartphones every August. So, it is only two months for us to witness the successor to the Galaxy Note10 series which made its debut in 2019. Everyone was expecting the Galaxy Note20 lineup to have three phones, the Note20, Note20+, and the Note20 Ultra as the S20 lineup also came with three models. However, Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants recently claimed that the Note20 series will not have an Ultra model and that it will have only the Note20 and the Note20+ models.
Well, we have now come across an important piece of information regarding the Galaxy Note20 series smartphones, which proves Ross Young wrong. We have just spotted a certification of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra on the Bluetooth SIG platform, confirming that the Galaxy Note20 Ultra is in the works and it is most probably coming to the market.
Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra exists
Usually, the Bluetooth SIG certifications of smartphones don’t mention the retail name of the device. However, as you can see, the Bluetooth SIG certification of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra clearly mentions its name, confirming that the device exists.
According to the certification, the model number of the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra is SM-N986U. This model number was earlier associated with Galaxy Note20+ but this Bluetooth SIG certification confirms that the SM-N986U model number belongs to the Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
The listing mentions that the upcoming flagship phone from Samsung features Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity, which is rather disappointing to see because other high-end phones are currently offering Bluetooth v5.1 support.
Unfortunately, that is all the info the Bluetooth SIG certification of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra reveals. That being said, we now know that there will be three models of the Galaxy Note20 series, after all, the Note20, Note20+, and the Note20 Ultra.