There are two major events for any Samsung fan every year. One of them takes place in January when the company reveals its new range of flagship Galaxy S smartphones. The other one takes place in August when a brand new range of Galaxy Note phablets is showcased in front of the world.
Many are looking forward to August 2020 when Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Plus, two of the most anticipated devices of this year.
A version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus has been reviewed and approved through the China Compulsory Certification Process. Data from the certification process has been found, and it appears that SM-9860 will come with support for the blazing-fast 5G standard and high-speed 25W fast charging with the help of a wired charger.
While this may be a localized version of the device that will be available exclusively to Chinese customers, it is likely that both features will be present on the other versions of the Galaxy Note 20 Plus. In most cases, the only difference between regional decisions is the SoC, and even then, the performance is similar.
Packed with new technology
According to some sources, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus will sport a generous 6.9-inch AMOLED Infinity-O display backed by LTPO technology. In plain terms, the device should offer a QHD+ resolution along with a 120 Hz refresh rate. LTPO will ensure that the refresh rate is optimal without draining too much power.
On the hardware side, the device will employ Samsung’s Exynos 992 chipset or a Snapdragon 865 SoC, both of which are optimized for performance and efficiency. A triple camera array will be present on the rear of the device, including a powerful 108MP sensor.
More details about the upcoming Note 20 models will surface in the following weeks the hype continues to grow.