Today, we reported about the live photos of the upcoming Galaxy Note20 Ultra. But now something more got exposed regarding the phone. Recently, both the Galaxy Note20 Ultra and its S Pen got certified from FCC Certification.
Both the certifications didn’t reveal anything about the phone. The Note20 Ultra’s certification is about the mobile’s transmitter. The phone got two mmWave antennas: ANT L (on bottom-left) and ANT K (on top-right).
The applicant for both certifications is “Samsung Electronics Company Limited,” and it got approved yesterday (on 6th July). Moreover, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra certification has two model numbers “SM-N986U” and “SM-N986U1” which points to us that both are American variants. The S Pen got a model number “EJPN980” which only points to us that it will be used for only the Galaxy Note20 series.
Previously, it was reported that the upcoming Galaxy Note20 Ultra will use a 2K resolution center punch-hole Dynamic AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate. The chipset, this phone will use is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 5G (US and Chinese Variants) and Exynos 991 (Europe and other market variants).
The expected date for Galaxy Note20 is August 5 and as the time is coming near, the phone is getting exposed totally. This launch event will be called “UNPACKED” and may be held online due to current situations. Moreover, it was also reported that Samsung may start to send the invitations (for this event) at the end of this week.