On June 18, according tomedia reports, Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Note 20 series online on August 5. According to the information already disclosed, there are at least two Galaxy Note 20 series: the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and possibly the Galaxy Note 20 Plus.
Media pointed out that the Galaxy Note 20 is a small upgrade of the Galaxy Note 10, it uses a straight screen rather than a curved screen, the resolution is FHD plus, the refresh rate is only 60Hz.
As for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, it features a QHD plus resolution, 120Hz LTPO display, both at a resolution and a refresh rate that is much higher than the Galaxy Note 20.
From the onleaks exposed rendering, the Galaxy Note 20 series features a hole-in-the-screen scheme with a center-facing camera and a front shape that is not much different from the Galaxy Note 10 series.
On the core configuration, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will feature Qualcomm SnapDragon865 flagship platform with up to 16GB of memory, a rear master camera up to 100 million pixels (108MP), support oIS optical stabilization, and super fast charge.
In addition, Samsung will launch the Galaxy Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Flip 5G in the second half of the year. Industry insiders say the Galaxy Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Flip have limited initial production capacity due to a shortage of UTG glass and are expected to debut in late August or September.