Samsung is about to launch its flagship Galaxy Note 20 series in the second half of the year, but the company is clearly unable to keep the details of the new machine as fully confidential as Apple did. Over the past few weeks, we’ve heard a lot about the Note 20 series of new machines, such as the introduction of a 108-megapixel rear-camera and improved ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. Unfortunately, the entry model may not be available for a 120Hz high refresh rate display.
Android Central notes that only the Note 20 flagship model will have a 120Hz high-brush screen. Interestingly, Apple may also introduce the same features for the iPhone 12 Pro product line.
In other respects, the Note 20 Series will follow qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 SoC, introduce a new generation of ultrasonic fingerprint sensor technology, and even come standard with 16GB of shipment.
Given the controversy generated by the previous generation’s imperfect ultrasound-screen fingerprinting technology, we are looking forward to the potential improvements that the next generation of solutions will bring.
According to the new report, the Note 20 Plus will have the same 4500mAh battery built in as the Galaxy S20 Plus, but with a smaller capacity than the Galaxy S20 Ultra model, meaning Samsung is confident in the LTPO variable refresh rate energy-saving technology.
In the actual battery life, the Note 20 Plus is expected to flatten, or even slightly higher than, the S20 Ultra model. In terms of photography, however, the Note 20 Plus is likely to remain unchanged at a maximum of 108 megapixels. If all goes well, the new machine may be available sometime in August and September.