With its Galaxy S20 series, Samsung took a big leap forward this year, and we are expecting nothing less from the upcoming Note 20 series. The smartphone, as per numerous leaks and rumors, is expected to launch in July this year, accompanying the launch of Samsung Galaxy Fold 2.
Just like the S20, the Note 20 series is expected to feature three models: a lite model, a pro model, and an ultra model.
Design and Display
The Galaxy Note 20 models, according to leaksters and analysts, will be reminiscent of the Galaxy S20 design. The smartphone might look very similar to what is shown in this render video.
The only visible difference in contrast with the S20 series is a holster for the S-pen. Each phone, like last year, will feature Samsung’s Infinity-O display.
According to windows united, a tech-related forum, Samsung could bump up the display size to 7 inches for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
In February this year, Samsung announced its new 5G-optimized OLED display that is designed to reduce power consumption and emit less blue light. The new display might make its debut with the series.
Moreover, @IceUniverse, a famous tipster recently tweeted that the Note 20 will boast a fine-tuned version of the 120Hz refresh-rate displays that debuted on the Galaxy S20 series.
Other leaks and rumors
Cameras have been a prime focus of both, Samsung Galaxy S-series and Note-series. Just like every year, the Note-series will once again borrow the camera setup from the Galaxy S20 models.
Even though the specification details for the Note 20 series are thin, based on rumors and previous trends, the series is expected to come with Samsung’s new 6nm processor that will be ready by the end of April. Of course, there will be a Snapdragon/Exynos geographic split.
Rumors suggest a newer and more efficient RAM and eUFS 3.1 storage.
A recent leak by 91mobiles revealed that the maxed-out model of the series will most probably ship with 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, up to 512GB internal storage and a 5,000mAh battery capacity. The lite version, on the other hand, might feature 128 GB storage. However, this will most probably be remedied by a MicroSD Card slot. Overall, the smartphone design will be highly influenced by the Galaxy S20 models.
Other details are still under wraps, however as the launch date nears, we will get more information soon assuming the launch is not delayed. Keep logging in for more details.