Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra to have Snapdragon 865+, slimmer bezels than Note10+

Yordan, 19 June 2020

Samsung Galaxy Note20 is expected to come in two versions - vanilla and Plus-sized that might or might not be named Ultra. Now the prolific leakster Ice Universe shared some specs and dimensions of the phone.

The phone will be the successor of the Galaxy Note10+ and will come with the Snapdragon 865+ chipset that is yet to be announced. It will be a bit narrower, with smaller bezels and smaller punch hole for the single selfie camera.

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A Samsung Galaxy Note phone

The new phone will have a 120Hz display of QHD+ resolution, and unlike the Galaxy S20 series, you will get the option to use both at the same time. The Galaxy S20 family allows only a 60 Hz refresh rate with the highest resolution. The display itself will be LTPO OLED which will allow for better power efficiency.

Size-wise, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will be 0.3 mm thinner, while the hole for the front-facing cam is reduced by 1mm in diameter. Bezels on the sides will be narrower than the Galaxy Note10+ by 0.29mm. The top and bottom bezels will also be trimmed down by 0.4mm.

While the phone is scheduled to arrive in August, industry insiders shed some light on other devices from the Galaxy portfolio - the Note20 lineup might debut alongside the new Galaxy Watch, while the Galaxy Fold2 and the 5G Galaxy Z Flip will appear allegedly appear in September.

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  • Trevor

How is one supposed to hold this? The note 10 was already hard enough to operate without incidental touches. I had to get a case just to increase the distance between my digits and the digitizer.

  • AlienKiss

No, I rarely get the SD card out. I use it for storage purposes, not for transferring files. I use the data cable or internet for that. BUT, having an SD card is so much better and easier. Everything 'important' is located on the SD card, while the...

You always change your sd card? I put my sd card in and never take it out. So I don't care anymore. I just buy a phone with enough storage.

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