According to new reports, Samsung will announce flagship Galaxy Note 20 series with lower price than it’s predecessor Galaxy Note 10. This report supposedly is based on info from South Korean media. According to them, the price drop is due to lower expected demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The smartphone believed to be launch with price tag 1.2 million Korean won (Possible $999), which as a price cut of 40$. However, the bigger variant Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra said to be priced at 1.45 million won ($1,207).
NEW RENDER OF SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 21 ULTRA
Today, Ice Universe shared a new render of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 21 smartphones. The image shows that the upcoming Note 21 Ultra has reduced frames on all sides of the side curved display, as well as a hole for the front camera, which is located in the central upper part of the screen. However, It’s just a rumour and there are no data regarding the device.
SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 20 ULTRA SPECIFICATION
The GALAXY NOTE 20 ULTRA said to come with a larger 6.9-inch screen, also features 120Hz refresh rate. However, the company uses flat display this time according to various reports. The handset packs a quad-camera setup at the back with 108MP primary sensor, a similar one that we have seen on Galaxy S20 Ultra.
A listing with the FCC confirmed that the Note 20 series would come up with latest Snapdragon 865 SoC and 5G connectivity. Some reports also suggest the device may use Exynos 992 for some market. We can also expect an IP68 water-resistance rating and packs at least a 4,500mAh battery on Note 20 Ultra.
Other feature includes at least 12GB of RAM option, no less than 256GB of internal storage, wireless charging, an in-display fingerprint scanner, and a multi-sensor camera setup.
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