Samsung Galaxy Note 20 sequence has been a part of the hearsay mill for fairly a while, and former experiences counsel its launch in August. A tipster is now claiming that the ‘Ultra’ variant of the Galaxy Note 20 will function an LTPO OLED show with 120Hz refresh charge and QHD+ decision. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra can also be tipped to return with “new camera function” and a “new S Pen.” The tipster has additional shared the alleged dwell pictures of the cellphone’s entrance panel that seem similar to that of the Galaxy Note 10+, launched in August 2019.
The improvement was shared on Friday by the tipster who goes by the title Ice Universe on Twitter. According to the Twitter submit, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra can be powered by the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ SoC. The submit provides that the cellphone will include new S Pen together with newest “features.” As talked about, the tipster claims that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra variant will sport an LTPO OLED show with 120Hz refresh charge and QHD+ decision. Lastly, the newest Twitter submit from the tipster comprises the alleged dwell pictures of the cellphone’s entrance panel however do not present its again panel. It is alleged that the cellphone could have new “camera function,” sadly, the main points are undisclosed.
Notably, the identical tipster, final week had steered that the vanilla Galaxy Note 20 will include 60Hz full-HD flat show and “wide frames.” Previous experiences have indicated that the sequence can even embrace Galaxy Note 20+. Recently, it was tipped that Galaxy Note 20 sequence will are available in Black, Copper, White/Grey, and Mint Green color choices. All three fashions are anticipated to see variations in cameras and battery.
Samsung will probably unveil the next-generation Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 and the 5G variant Samsung Galaxy Z Flip together with Galaxy Note 20 sequence on August 5 through a web based occasion.
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This post was last modified on June 21, 2020 10:27 pm