Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders & full specifications leaked
Recently, we got to know the full spec sheet of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and today, we have all the details of the Galaxy Note 20 except the pricing. The Galaxy Note 20 is going to be the cheapest phone under the Note 20 lineup that Samsung is going to unveil on August 5th. The renders were shared by Evan Blass, whereas WinFuture shared the full specs.
The Galaxy Note 20 is coming in at least three colors named Mystic Green, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic Gray. It has a flat-display, unlike the curved screen on the Note 20 Ultra. The biggest surprise is definitely the fact that the Galaxy Note 20 has a plastic back & not a glass back. The frame, though, is metallic. Now we wonder why Samsung went for a plastic back instead of glass on the Note 20!
And that’s not it. While the whole Galaxy S20 lineup of this year features a 120Hz display, the Galaxy Note 20 is coming with a 60Hz screen. So again, that seems like a downgrade. Now, one of the reasons for these downgrades from the S20 Series could be the reduced price, but we have no information regarding the final price yet.
Talking about the specs, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 features a 6.7-inch Full-HD+ Super AMOLED display & there is Exynos 990 SOC (or Snapdragon SOC based on region) paired with 8GB RAM & 256GB storage. The phone features a 4,300mAh battery underneath & thanks to Fast Charging, the battery can be charged up to 50% in just half an hour. There is Wireless Charging as well as reverse wireless charging support.
The triple camera system on the back includes a primary 12 Megapixel shooter with f/1.8 aperture lens & 1.8-micron pixel size, a secondary 12 Megapixel ultrawide camera, and a third 64 Megapixel 3X Telephoto lens. There is a 10 Megapixel camera for selfies. The 64MP telephoto camera is capable of 8K video recording as well.
Weirdly, the storage on the Note 20 cannot be expanded via a microSD card while you can do it on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Well, compared to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the vanilla Note 20 has some considerable downgrades, so let’s see at what price Samsung is going to launch it.