Media reported that in order to better distinguish between the Galaxy Note 20 and the released Galaxy S20, Samsung is likely to introduce a more distressed configuration for its full-line flagship device, which supports the S Pen styling. In a recent interactive question-and-answer session, DSCC CEO Ross Young shared some of the information about the Note 20 series. For example, whether it’s a note 20 entry or a Note 20 Plus flagship model, you’ll have a 16GB LPDDR4.
Screenshot of the video (from GreggsTV / YouTube)
Previously, it has been rumored that the Note 20 and Note 20 Plus differ significantly in terms of battery capacity, screen size, resolution, refresh rate, and more.
The only Samsung smartphone currently available with 16GB of RAM is the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G model with 512GB ROM.
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In terms of capacity, Samsung has already started mass production of 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM chips for mobile devices in February.
Whether the Note 20 series will be further broken down into two derivative versions of 4G LTE/5G and whether 16GB of RAM is a high-match exclusive is yet to be further confirmed.