As the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note20 series is coming near, things are getting reveal about the upcoming Samsung’s flagship series. Recently, a blogger @Ice Universe (on weibo.com) has leaked the pictures of the upcoming Galaxy Note20’s case.
From the case design, we can quickly point out how the Galaxy Note20 will look. It is observed from the case that the upcoming Galaxy Note20 will be equipped with a matrix camera module on the backside as the Galaxy S20 Ultra has.
Moreover, the case design shows that the phone might use a flat display (non-curved display) instead of an edge display. The blogger also claims that the upcoming Galaxy Note20 Series is very near to mass production.
From the previous reports, the Galaxy Note20 standard version will use a Full HD+ Infinity-O display while the pro version will be equipped with a 2K+ resolution panel. The screen is a Dynamic AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
The battery size for the standard version is 4170 mAh, while for the pro version, the battery size is 4370 mAh. Both phones will use the same 25W charger. On the inside, the Galaxy Note20 series might use the new Exynos 992, which is unannounced yet. The “Exynos 992” will be a 5nm based processor, which is a little upgrade over previous Exynos 990.
The plus version of Galaxy Note20 will use a quad-camera setup with the primary 108MP sensor and 50X zoom. The standard version camera specs are not exposed yet. It is also expected that the Galaxy Note20 series will be equipped with a second-generation 3D Sonic Max fingerprint recognition technology.
The upcoming Galaxy Note20 series is expected to launch in the first week of August 2020. Moreover, it is also reported that this forthcoming Samsung’s flagship series will be launched in an online event. Along with the Note20 series, Samsung is also planning to launch Tab S7 series, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, and Galaxy Fold2.