Today’s well-known pop source @Evleaks shared multiple HD renderings of the Note 20 series after German media exposed the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s detailed specifications and a large number of high-definition renderings yesterday. There is little difference in appearance from previously exposed spy photographs, except that the Note 20 is available in copper, green and grey, while the Note 20 Ultra is available in black and copper.
The standard Samsung Galaxy Note 20, which is expected to feature a 6.7-inch FHD plus 60 Hz flat screen with a resolution of 2400×1080, features a metal bezel and plastic backplate, an Exynos 990, complemented by an 8GB plus 256GB storage solution and does not support scalable storage. In the other part, the machine is configured with a dual SIM card and has a 4300mAh battery.
The S Pen stylus has always been a selling point for the Galaxy Note series, and this time the Samsung Note 20’s handwriting has improved considerably, with a delay of only 9 milliseconds and a closer experience to the traditional stylus effect, according to the exposure. Samsung is also rumoured to be working with Microsoft’s Xbox Toplay Pass to allow the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to play up to 90 games.
The Samsung Note20 Ultra front design, similar to the Note 10 series, is center-punched, but the screen curvature appears to have increased, and the body appears to be slender from the previous generation. The Samsung Note 20 Ultra comes with a 6.9-inch OLED display that feels good, with 3200 x 1440 screen pixels and a refresh rate of up to 120Hz, which will be the first Corning Gorilla 7th generation glass.
In terms of configuration, the Samsung Note 20 Ultra will feature a Samsung Exynos 990 processor, but the Bank of China version may switch to the Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 Plus, complemented by a 12GB memory and 256GB/512GB of memory, which will be expanded with a microSD card.
Camera section, according to exposure information, the Samsung Note 20 Ultra features a redesigned 108-megapixel main camera with a built-in f/1.8 aperture, complemented by two 12-megapixel cameras, one of which is a periscope camera and the other is an ultra-wide-angle lens with 50x zoom and a front 10-megapixel selfie lens.