With less than a month to go before the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus has recently passed the FCC certification, although the company has yet to officially announce a release date. Normally, a smartphone will only be approved by the FCC when it comes to release, and we expect the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series to do the same. In other words, the note 20 plus’s listing on the FCC-certified website to some extent confirms the rumored August 5 release date.
However, the FCC-certified website doesn’t provide much information about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus. The only useful information we get is that the Note 20 plus model will be the SM-N986U, and that’s what we’ve known before.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 series and s20 series are understood to include three phones, the Galaxy Note20, the Galaxy Note 20 plus and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The Galaxy Note20 Ultra is designed to have a lot in common with the Note 10 Plus. The Galaxy Note20 Ultra includes almost all the latest components, as you’d expect from the mid-2020 flagship, with a SnapDragon865 Plus and a 120Hz LTPO display with a screen resolution of 2560 x 1440 (QHD). Another interesting feature about the Note20 Ultra is that users will be able to turn on QHD plus 120Hz at the same time, which S20 users cannot do.
Here’s a real-world picture leaked earlier today: