Samsung is all set to launch its new flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 20 series. Some speculation of the series already rumored earlier, but the series high-end device Galaxy Note 20+ has spotted in 3C certification. It took the model number SM-N9860 and believed to be the Chinese version of the upcoming phablet.
The 3C listing reveals the phone will support 5G connectivity as well as 25W wired charging. Furthermore, the standard Note20 will come in gray, green, and copper, while the higher variant Note20+ will be selling in black and copper versions. Samsung is looking for a more simplified and less flashy color version this time but may include more colors after the initial launch.
According to earlier reports, the Galaxy Note20+ will sport a 6.87-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. On the back, the device expected to feature a 108MP primary sensor and a 64MP telephoto module but no periscope. The camera module could be similar to Galaxy S20 Ultra. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 plus packs 4,500mAh battery.
Samsung is ready for mass production of new 5nm Exynos chips in August
Interestingly, according to the latest report from South Korea, Samsung is ready for mass production of new 5nm Exynos chips in August. Upcoming Samsung chip is named Exynos 992, and it may arrive with the Galaxy Note20 smartphones in South Korea. For the global variant, the company goes for Snapdragon Processors.
The Exynos 992 will use ARM’s Cortex-A78 CPU cores, which is 20% more efficiency than the existing Cortex-A77 on the Exynos 990. Besides, for graphics, it uses Mali-G78 GPU architecture that will offer 25% better performance than the Mali-G77.
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