Samsung is expected to launch a number of flagship models, including the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Fold 2 and Galaxy z Flip 5G, on August 5. Samsung has decided not to release the Galaxy Note 20 series in sync on its release day, but to postpone the launch until August 21, South Korean media reported. However, there is no mention of the release date of the Fold 2 or other models.
The Galaxy Note 20 series will be available in South Korea on August 21, South Korean media reported, without mentioning when it will be available in other markets around the world. At the pace of previous releases, Samsung usually goes on sale in South Korea and then in important international markets such as the U.S. and China, meaning the launch of the Note 20 is still being delayed.
The Galaxy Note 20 is currently under exposure, but not fully confirmed, such as the top-of-the-line Note 20 Ultra, which is believed to be equipped with a SnapDragon865/Exynos 992 processor, a 100 million-pixel main camera and a 12 million super wide angle plus 13 Million-million periable telephoto rear three-camera combination, 6.9-inch 3040 x 1440 120Hz LTPO central hole-in-the-hole screen, up to 16GB of memory, 4500mAh battery and 45W fast charge.
In addition, from the effect map, the Note 20 may change the material from plastic to metal texture, the back using AG process. The design details of the SPen pen have also been adjusted, with the material changing from plastic to metal.