With less than ten days before Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 20 series, WinFuture.de has released some of the official renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, revealing what was left to be affirmed.
Like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, Samsung’s definitely continuing with the classy boxy design from the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 series. Affirming previous leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra makes a grandeur appearance in gold and black. Furthermore, there isn’t much that stands out on the spec sheet. However, what does stand out is that Samsung is deepening its partnership with Microsoft with the inclusion of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass service that’ll allow you to run console games on your phone via the cloud, provided that you have a more than decent enough connection. Regardless, an interesting move following Samsung’s push towards excluding/replacing native Google apps with its own or with Microsoft’s suite of Office apps on Android.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Renders
Both, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are going to continue taking advantage of Samsung’s in-house Exynos 990 SoC despite all the push back this year over the fact that the Qualcomm variants of these devices perform much better in most, if not all, scenarios.
Furthermore, the folks over at WinFuture also confirmed that Samsung has finally ditched the 100x Space Zoom tag from the Note 20 following the critique the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra garnered earlier this year due to its gimmicky zoom features. Another, yet critical difference between the Note 20 variants this year is going to be the much improved S-Pen, especially in the latency department where the Note 20 Ultra is expected to get the much-improved 9ms S-Pen and the 26ms S-Pen on the Note 20.