Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is awaited & scheduled to launch in October this year if everything goes as per plan. Even though we are practically months away from the launch, there have been plenty of renders and leaks, some of them from legit sources that have painted a picture of what we can expect from the upcoming flagship sources.
The Note 20 series will consist of at least two phones i.e. vanilla Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20+ with the latest specifications on-board.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20/ Note 20+: Design & Display
According to the leaked spec sheet which may not be 100% accurate, the standard Galaxy Note 20 will sport a 6.7” Super AMOLED QHD+ 120Hz display while the larger model brings a larger 6.9” Super AMOLED panel with the same specifications on-board.
We have already seen the high-resolution renders so we do plus what we could hope to get later this year. Apparently, the vanilla standard model will have a flat display of course with extremely tiny bezels while the Note 20+ will probably get a curved display with dual punch-hole sensors. Galaxy Note series has always managed to have a blocky appearance and Note 20 series won’t be any different. It will have a S Pen Stylus support along with other required tech that we will update here as and when more info becomes available.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20/Note 20+: Specs & Configurations
Proceeding to Galaxy Note 20 processors, the series will be powered by the powerful Exynos 992 SOC or its equivalent Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 octa-core chipset. It will be paired along with up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 512GB of blazing-fast UFS 3.1 storage.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20/ Note 20+: Camera
The Galaxy Note 20 will sport a triple camera setup with a 12MP main, 64MP telephoto, and 12MP ultrawide angle sensor with laser autofocus. Although Samsung seemed to have parted ways with the periscope lens, Note 20 might still retain it although we aren’t completely sure about it at this moment.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 20+ will feature a triple 108MP main, 12MP telephoto, 12MP ultrawide and a laser AF to assist in precise focusing on the subject. There will be a tonne of features and add-ons you’ll get with the camera setup without any doubt.
Talking about the front camera, renders show a single and dual punch-hole cutout on the display, however, it could even embrace Samsung’s under-the-display camera tech as well. Take it with a pinch of salt until we don’t get to know more about it.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20/ Note 20+: Battery
Moving further at Samsung Galaxy Note 20 battery, the vanilla model will pack in a 4,300mAh battery which is larger than the former rumor claiming it to be just 3,880 mAh big. On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 20+ will feature a larger 4,500 mAh battery which some sources point out it could be as large as 5,000 mAh although the former size has more backers than the latter.
Apart from that, the phone will have at least 25W fast wired charging tech on-board along with reverse charging and Qi-certified wireless charging tech both of unspecified amperage. The device will also have a second-gen security chip that will take care of the security concerns on the phone while you will be greeted by an enhanced ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the go.
Note that there are still a lot of things we don’t know or aren’t confident about when it comes to the leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series specs so you’ll have to wait until further info ain’t available about the same.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20/ Note 20+: Price & Release Date
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was released last year starting at $949 which means a hike of at least $100 can be expected with the Galaxy Note 20. Since the upcoming device is 5G supported, it is likely to carry a higher price tag such similar to how Galaxy Note 10 5G on Verizon in the US carried a price tag of $1,299.
When it comes to the release date, there’s no rocket science. Samsung has a fixed timeline for its second flagship device launch after Galaxy S-series and that is in October. We can expect the device to launch sometime around October 15 although the South Korean giant hasn’t confirmed the official date yet. We will keep you updated once more information is available about it.