Samsung is about to launch three Galaxy Note 20 series smarts during the Unpacked event on August 5, with a lot of talk about the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Plus, but little is known about the Note 20 Ultra. The good news is that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (code named SM-N985F) has recently been certified by the Indonesian telecommunications agency.
Although it was previously suggested that the SM-N985F might be the Note 20 Plus, the existing authentication information indicates that it will be the retail name of the Note 20 Ultra.
Earlier, it was also reported that the Note 20 Ultra would support the Refresh Rate Switching feature (note that it is not the same as “variable refresh rate”) and even adoptqued The Qualcomm Snap 865 plus SoC in the local market.
This year’s Galaxy Note line is expected to see significant changes, such as a 108-megapixel camera, a periampular lens with 50x hybrid zoom, a 12MP ultra-wide angle, and a ToF flight time sensor.
As for the truth, please be patient with the Unpacked Hardware launch on August 5.