Samsung will launch up to five new products at its Unpacked event on August 5,media MSPoweruser reported. Among the new products the company will launch at the event are the new Galaxy Note 20 series, which will include three different sizes of phones: the Galaxy Note20, The Note 20 plus and the Note20 Ultra. The Galaxy Note20, Note20 plus have all been FCC certified. Now, the top-end model, the Note20 Ultra, has finally passed the FCC’s certification, confirming some of the rumored specifications. The FCC list also confirms samsung is close to releasing the smartphone.
As can be seen from the FCC-certified images, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, models SM-N986U, is most likely powered by a SnapDragon865-plus chip and uses a Qualcomm X55M modem with 5G capabilities (via MSP). The FCC list also confirms that the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will support wireless charging. In addition, the FCC list doesn’t reveal much about smartphones, but the FCC list identifies some of the accessories that will be bundled with the most upscale Note20, including the new S Pen and LED viewing cover, which are FCC-certified along with the Note20 Ultra.
In addition to the FCC certification, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was found on the NBTC certification website in Thailand.
The Galaxy Note20 Ultra is designed to have a lot in common with the Note10 Plus. If we talk about internal structure, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra contains almost all the latest components, just as you would expect from the mid-2020 flagship. The most advanced model in the Note20 series features 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.