As the launch time of the Galaxy Note20 series is coming near. Like every year, the phones are getting exposed very slightly before the launch.
On June 4, the unannounced Galaxy Note20 and Z Flip 5G got spotted on the 3C certification website. Talk about the Note20 first. We already know that Samsung’s Note series model number starts with SM-N. The model number for the standard version Note20 is SM-N9810. The phone seems to be a Chinese variant.
According to certification, the standard Galaxy Note20 will come with a 25W fast charger. The charging speed is the same as in Note20 Ultra and its predecessor, Galaxy Note10+. According to a 3C Certification, the battery capacity on standard Galaxy Note20 is 4170 mAh (EB-BN980ABY) and 4370 mAh (EB-BN985ABY) on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
Talk about the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, this phone stick with only 15W charging. The charger seems to be the oldest 15W fast charger, which Samsung launched with Galaxy S6 (2015). This version of Z Flip will also support the 5G network connection.
According to our reports and a 3C certification, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G will use two batteries. One of 2500 mAh (EB-BF707ABY) and the other is of 704 mAh (EB-BF708ABY) with a total 3204 mAh battery. The previous Z Flip also uses a dual-battery setup.
As previously reported, the Galaxy Note20 series will use a Dynamic AMOLED Panel with a resolution of 3096x1444p (2K). It will also support a 120Hz refresh rate. The new Note20 series will be powered by the Exynos 992 (5nm based chipset). It might be equipped with a new dual fingerprint entry feature, thanks to Qualcomm’s unique generation fingerprint.
The upcoming Galaxy Note20 series is expected to launch around August 5 along with Tab S7 series, Watch 2, Z Flip 5G, and Fold 2.