The Galaxy Note20 series launches in two weeks. If you want to know what the standard Galaxy Note20 looks like and packs in terms of specs, you are in luck, as a leak has revealed its complete spec sheet as well as official renders.
The source of the leak is none other than the German website, Winfuture.de, and they say the flagship will come in 4G and 5G variants.
The Galaxy Note20 ditches the curved display of its predecessor for a flat one. However, it is larger at 6.7-inches and its resolution is 2400 x 1080. It also has a hole in the middle for the selfie camera. This is a Super AMOLED panel and there is no high refresh rate.
Under the hood is the Exynos 990 processor (yeah, we already knew this was going to happen). While it will handle anything you throw at it, there will be a significant gap in performance between it and the Snapdragon 865 Plus version that will sell in China and the US. Europe will get the phone in a single variant – 8GB RAM + 256GB, but we won’t be surprised if new configurations are available in other regions.
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Coming to cameras, the Galaxy Note20 is shown to pack triple rear sensors. Two of these are 12MP sensors with one having 1.8µm pixels and dual-pixel autofocus while the other is an ultrawide angle camera with an f/2.2 aperture and a 1.4µm pixels. The third camera is a 64MP f/2.0 telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom and 1.0µm pixels. The device will be able to record in 8K and also have 30x Space Zoom.
The Galaxy Note20 will have NFC, Bluetooth 5, Wi-Fi 6, dual-GPS, and a USB-C gen 3.2 port. The phone packs stereo speakers tuned by AKG, dual SIM support, eSIM support, and also has an IP68 rating. It packs a 4300mAh battery which is a big bump from the 3500mAh capacity of the Galaxy Note10. There is support for fast charging, wireless charging, and reverse wireless charging but the power rating wasn’t revealed.
Oh! Of course, there is a stylus with a latency of 26ms (not as low as that of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra). It also has support for Microsoft’s Cloud game streaming service. No surprises here seeing as Samsung already killed off its short-lived PlayGalaxy Link streaming service early this year. If you picked up the Glap Controller last year, it should still work with the Galaxy Note20 series.
The Galaxy Note20 also supports the new Wireless DeX mode that allows you to use the device in a desktop-like interface on an external display without the need for wires.
The phone will be available in Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic Green when it launches on August 5.
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