Recent leaks about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 have given us some reasonably good ideas about what we can expect when we finally get our hands on one in a few months’ time.
For a start, the phone will have a 6.7-inch display, while on the other side lookout for a quad-camera setup. Interestingly, there are rumours that the focus for Samsung in the development of their cameras for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is not so much on more megapixels, but improved performance in low light. The focusing issues found in Galaxy S20 Ultra
The position of the all-important S Pen housing might be in for a change. The stylus on similar devices usually slots in on the right-hand side but in the new Note 20, it seems it will be placed on the bottom left.
The latest Snapdragon 865+ SoC and 5G connectivity are almost certainties according to industry gossip, and packed in with that there should be an IP68 water-resistance rating, 12 GB of RAM at a minimum, 256 GB of internal storage, wireless charging, and in-display fingerprint scanner. To top it all off, the battery capacity will start at 4,300 mAh.
The Galaxy Note 20 is the smallest of the Note20 stable, but with the impressive specs being predicted, it will more than hold its own in terms of power and performance. Early August is seen as the most likely release date, and all that spec speculation will be put to bed from that point on!