GalaxyClub has revealed that Samsung will offer five color schemes for the Galaxy Note 20 series smart phone, with the standard version in gray, copper and green, while the Note 20 Plus model will be available in black and bronze. Given that the Note 10 Plus has been backed by vibrant “rainbow-colored” glass backs, it’s sure that the copper version of the Note 20 Plus won’t be any worse. If all goes well, Samsung is expected to officially release the Galaxy Note 20 Series smartphone in August.
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The Note 20 is known to support 5G and 25W fast charging, based on model data exposed by domestic certification bodies.
The screen is a 6.42-inch punch edited screen with LTPO Variable Refresh Rate Energy Saving Technology, while the Note 20 Plus model is a 6.9-inch, 120Hz AMOLED screen.
Both models are expected to feature an Exynos 992 chipset, and the Note 20 has a battery capacity of 4000 mAh, which is much higher than last year’s Note 10 model (only 3500 mAh).
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The large note 20 Plus is expected to be 4500 / 5000 mAh, in close disted to the first half of the S20 Plus or S20 Ultra, while the option of supporting a faster 45W SuperFast Fast Charger is available.
For photo ops, the Note 20 is expected to feature a three-camera combination similar to the Note 10 or Galaxy S20, and only the Note 20 Plus will use a 108-megapixel sensor similar to the S20 Ultra.
Although not revolutionary, the Note 20 Series smarts are expected to deliver some degree of reliable upgrades to consumers, such as better screens, camera performance, and S Pen stylus support.