The upcoming Galaxy Note 20/Galaxy Fold 2 launch this summer will be broadcast live online, South Korean media outlet The Korea Herald reported. Reports say Samsung has been discussing the Unpacked online launch, but no time has been set.
Based on previous years, Samsung will launch its new flagship in early August. Typically, new Galaxy Note series products are released a month earlier than the iPhone series. The latest iPhone will be released in September. That gives Samsung weeks to sell the phone without worrying about its main rivals.
According to previously disclosed information, the Galaxy Note 20 has a long-focus lens on its back that looks like a periscope. The leaked camera array also appears to include a pair of at least two other cameras, LED flash, one (possibly several) microphone holes, and a sensor that may provide faster and more accurate focus.
The Galaxy Note 20 is likely to come in two sizes, at least one of which will bring a 6.9-inch display with a resolution of 3200 x 1440 pixels. The other Galaxy Note 20 is likely to have a 6.42-inch display, and if the rumors prove to be accurate, the series will appear in the Form galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 plus in September.
The base model is expected to be equipped with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The device will be equipped with the latest Android system at the time, most likely the Android 10 and Samsung One UI 2.x user interfaces. Last week it was announced that the Galaxy Note 20 would be equipped with Qualcomm’s new fingerprint sensing technology. It will be Qualcomm’s second-generation 3D Sonic Max fingerprinting technology, which uses large-size ultrasonic technology to read one or two fingers at the same time.