Samsung staff member reveals Galaxy Note 20 series features, price and launch date
The Korean tech giant Samsung to launch its most awaited Galaxy Note 20 series flagships and its Fold 2 model. The company will be launching its smartphones via an online event due to the COVID-19 situation. A staff member from Samsung revealed that the company is planning to launch its new Galaxy Note series and Fold 2 on August 5.
According to some leaks over the internet, it states that the standard Galaxy Note 20 will sport a 6.42-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 1084*2345 resolution. The top-end Note 20 smartphone will get slightly bigger and sport a massive 6.87-inch LTPO screen with an AMOLED panel. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 smartphone price likely to be around $1325 (Rs 99,999 approx).
The Galaxy Note 20+ will also have support for the 120Hz refresh rate but with QHD+ resolution of 1444*3096 pixels. The smartphone maker may launch the Galaxy Note 20 with Snapdragon 865 processor or its custom Exynos 990 SoC, depending upon the region. The processor could be paired with up to 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, which Samsung had previously started mass-producing. The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will feature a 7.59-inch screen with 2213×1689 resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus camera specs have leaked more than the ‘base’ devices. Apparently it’ll have a 108MP main, 12MP ultra-wide and 13MP periscope snapper joined with a laser focus system with 10x optical zoom. The Android Smartphone is featured with the same Snapdragon 865 chipset that debuted in the Galaxy S20, as they’re packed with the Snapdragon X55 modem to enable 5G connectivity.
If you look at the storage and battery, as per some leaks the Samsung Note 20 series may come with a 128GB ROM for the basic model and may go above for the higher models. The smartphone is expected to have a 4300 mAh battery with a fast charge ability.
These are some features, prices, and launch dates of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series that are found by some leaks online. For more news on tech and cybersecurity subscribe to our newsletter from here