Multiple sources have suggested that Samsung will equip the Galaxy Note 20 Plus model with the same 108-megapixel sensor on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Also earlier today, we learned the battery capacity of the machine. After months of improvement, Samsung has added to the photo experience through software updates. But we’re still curious about what it actually does, after all, the S20 Ultra supports relative detection of autofocus, rather than dual-pixel autofocus.
The Galaxy Club notes that it remains to be seen whether the Space Zoom Super Zoom lenses and master parameters of the Note 20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra are exactly the same as the main parameters.
One guess is that the Note 20 Series may raise the main parameters a little more, but the Note 20 Standard version without the “plus” may not have a 108-megapixel sensor.
In terms of release, Samsung may show off the Note 20 Series in August, or even the second-generation Galaxy Fold folding screen smartphone. If all goes well, it is expected to go on sale in the month.
If you can’t wait, the Galaxy S20 series smartphones currently on sale are also on sale and are available for free with AKG headsets.
According to GSM Arena, Samsung will have a 4500mAh battery for the Note 20 Plus model (4300mAh for last year’s Note 10 Plus). However, the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G has a built-in 5000mAh battery, which can’t help but disappoint some users.
The Note 20 Plus is said to be codenamed SM-N985, and the code for the battery component is EB-BN985ABY, with a nominal capacity of 4370mAh (typical 4500mAh), the same as the Galaxy S20 Plus.
In addition, sources said that the Note 20 Plus will not be equipped with the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s potential high-multiplier zoom camera, but a 68MP hybrid zoom sensor similar to the Galaxy S20/S20 Plus.
Last month, the Galaxy Club also discovered the expected battery capacity (4000mAh) for the upcoming smaller Note 20 model, in line with the smaller Galaxy S20 model.