The owner of the famous leaks on Twitter Ice Universe revealed some specifications of one of the upcoming Galaxy Note20 family phones from Samsung.
The South Korean company is expected to announce two models of the phone, the first is the standard in the name of the Galaxy Note 20, and the other is larger than it in the name of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra instead of the Galaxy Note 20 Plus as last year.
According to the account of Ice Universe – which has a record of accurate leaks – the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will feature a Snapdragon 865 Plus processor from Qualcomm, and the phone will offer narrower edges compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
The phone will provide a screen with a high refresh rate of 120 Hz, in addition to the accuracy of QHD +, and unlike the Galaxy S20 phones, the phone will support these two features together. The screen also features LTPO OLED which provides better energy efficiency.
Regarding dimensions, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be 0.3 mm thinner, while the front camera hole dimensions will be about 1 mm smaller. And compared to the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, the rims of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be narrower than 0.29 mm. The top and bottom edges of the phone will be about 0.4 mm narrower.
It is noteworthy that a previous report stated that Samsung intends to announce the Galaxy Note 20 phones early next August, in addition to a new smartwatch, and the second generation of the Samsung Foldable Galaxy Fold phones.