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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra To Bring The Quality-of-Life Improvements You Missed From The S20

As Samsung moves deeper into 2020, leaks and rumors regarding Samsung’s next flagship, namely, the Galaxy Note 20 series have begun emerging.

The latest leaks are coming in from trusty @UniverseIce via Twitter revealing a host of internals and details regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. According to the tipster, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra would be the highest-end variant of the Galaxy Note 20 series, and would feature internals far beyond what the Note 20 and Note 20 Lite would feature under their hoods. Additionally, unlike the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, Samsung is planning to go aggressive with the curves on the Galaxy Note 20 shedding concerns about whether Samsung had finally had enough of their curved displays, a trend it had pioneered since the inception of the Galaxy Note Edge back in the day, later to be caught on by its rivals.

Regarding the internals revealed by Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is expected to feature a Snapdragon 865+ SoC, countering Meizu’s claim where they had suggested that the 865+ may not exist and further affirming the existence of the Snapdragon 865+ leaks from the ROG Phone 3 that has also been leaking alongside the Note 20. Additional specifications include a QHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display, with the option to actually have both, QHD+ and 120Hz enabled simultaneously as well as much improved camera and S-Pen features yet to be revealed.

Furthermore, what’s interesting is how Samsung continues to distinguish their S-series of flagships and Note-series of devices in the design department. As it seems, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 would follow the same boxy design of the Note 10, unlike the much curvy and subtler S20.

Samsung’s expected to reveal the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 by August if they’re on time, but there’s no telling whether the whole pandemic affects Samsung’s usual releases this year.

Usman Abdul Jabbar

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