As the Unpacked launch on August 5 approaches, so does our knowledge of the Galaxy Note 20 flagship. Today, @evLeaks, a well-known source, revealed that in addition to the color scheme of mystic Bronze Gray, Samsung is also expected to offer the Galaxy Note 20 green option.
(from GSM Arena)
It was earlier reported that the Galaxy Note 20 model sits on a flat-screen display that supports only a low 60Hz refresh rate, while the Note 20 Ultra model also has Corning’s 7th generation gorilla glass protection.
In addition, the Note 20 Series has a metal bezel and plastic back cover, supports 5G/LTE network, does not support storage extensions, and comes standard with an S-Pen stylus with a delay of 26ms (Note 20 Ultra comes standard with a 9ms delay stylus).
In terms of taking pictures, the Galaxy Note 20 uses a combination of rear-mounted three-cameras, including a 12MP-pixel-sized 1.8m sensor and dual-pixel autofocus support. The sub-camera is an ultra-wide-angle lens with a pixel size of 1.4?m and aperture f/2.2.
As well as a 64MP sensor with three x optical zooms, a pixel size of 1.0 m, an aperture with f/2.0, and support for 8K video recording and 30X Super Zoom (Space Zoom).
The front single shot is a 10MP sensor that supports dual-pixel autofocus, with a pixel size of 0.22 ?m and an aperture of f/2.2.
The Galaxy Note 20 also supports dual SIM cards with a built-in 4300 mAh battery that can power up to 50% in 30 minutes, and supports reverse wireless charging and wireless DeX desktop expansion mode.
As with the Note 20 Ultra model, the Note 20 model will also receive optimizations from Microsoft’s Project xCloud cloud game streaming, and OneNote sync capabilities.
Finally, Samsung is also expected to launch new hardware products such as the Galaxy Fold 2/ Galaxy Z Flip 5G folding screen, the Galaxy Buds Live True Wireless Headset, and the Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch at the Unpacked launch on August 5.