The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series will debut Qualcomm’s next-generation 3D ultrasound fingerprint recognition, better than the Galaxy S20 series, SamMobile reported. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to be the first flagship to support reading both fingerprints at the same time, and will be the first to use Qualcomm’s next-generation 3D ultrasound fingerprint recognition, which is 17 times larger than the Galaxy S20, the report said.
SamMobile said the new Qualcomm 3D ultrasound fingerprint was originally intended to be the first to be used on the Galaxy S20 series, but was abandoned for some reason, and the Galaxy Note 20 series became the technology’s first flagship.
Not only that, the Galaxy Note 20 series is faster and more secure to unlock with Qualcomm’s next-generation 3D ultrasound screen fingerprints.
In addition, it has been reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series includes the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Plus, with the Galaxy Note 20 screen with a 60Hz refresh rate and the Galaxy Note 20 Plus screen at 120Hz, both of which are hole-out screen schemes, with the former with a screen resolution of FHD plus and the latter with a screen resolution of QHD.
Core configuration, the Galaxy Note 20 series will be equipped with Qualcomm SnapDragon865 flagship platform, the message is that the full line standard with 16GB of memory, this will be the industry’s first full-line standard 16GB of memory flagship phone.
Prior to this, 16GB of memory was only available on high-form versions, such as the Nubian Red Devil 5G, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, and so on.
Finally, there’s the release date of the galaxy Note 20 series, which is expected to be released in August, when the Galaxy Fold 2 is likely to be released together.