Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series reportedly launching on August 5

Yolanda Curtis
July 7, 2020

One thing is for sure, it will feature the Snapdragon X55M modem for 5G connectivity. The Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to offer three handsets - Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ and Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. It was discovered previously that the Galaxy Fold 2 will come outfitted with two batteries (2,275mAh and 2,090mAh), equalling a blended battery capacity of 4,365AmAh. Since Malaysia is a key market for Samsung, we expect pre-orders to start locally sometime mid-August and it could go on sale by the end of August 2020. That is not something the FCC usually shares, so it's not exactly surprising. That will be an AMOLED panel, with 120Hz refresh rate.

The device is said to feature four cameras on the back, and a single one on the front. The third camera (from top to bottom) is a periscope zoom camera and we don't see any "Space Zoom 100X" branding just like the S20 Ultra had. A model number of SM-N981U could be the regular Galaxy Note 20, but it's not yet at the FCC.

What are you waiting for before you get onboard the foldable device revolution? They also show the planned camera setup for the device, with an array of rear cameras stacked vertically in the upper left corner of the phone. Next to these is a flash and probably a depth sensor of some sort - this layout is very close to that of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Now, a more recent leak suggests a more precise launch date for the Galaxy Note 20 line-up.

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