Samsung has focused more on the Galaxy Note 20 Series large-screen flagship in the second half of the year, following the release of its flagship galaxy Series in the first half of the year. Recently, it was reported that the Note 20 is under active development. But what surprised us the most was that the model, said to be codenamed SM-N981, will have only 128GB of starting storage space. After all, the previous generation of Note 10 5G (SM-N971) models already have 256GB of internal storage standard.
Galaxy Note 10 Infographic (from: Samsung)
MicroSD storage expansion is known to be available only in the last generation of the Note 10 product line, which may be one reason Samsung comes with 256GB ROM as standard for the Note 10.
Now that the company has decided to roll back the Note 20 to 128GB ROM, the machine may have regained the microSD memory card slot.
Given the fact that the Galaxy S20 series has made remarkable progress in camera capabilities, such as support for 100 million pixels and 8K video recording, the Note 20’s scalable storage space is clearly a boon.
As the successors to the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus, Samsung will obviously have a thick leg and at least two versions of the Note 20, and consumers expect the company to incorporate all features of the S20 Ultra into the Note 20.
So far, however, we’re not sure if Samsung will be rolling out three different versions of the Note 20. If all goes well, the answer is expected to be announced around August.