Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will come with the same design and specs as Galaxy S20

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is expected to launch later this year, unless the spreading Corona virus severely disrupts the company's launch schedule. Samsung Note series is usually very inspired by the previous Galaxy S phone. And if the past is the primary standard, the upcoming Galaxy Note 20, as it is thought to be called, will look similar to Galaxy S20. This was confirmed by a Tweet on Twitter, which claims that the specifications of the Galaxy Note20 devices will not be completely different from the Galaxy S20 series, including the cameras. In addition, Max Weinbach of XDA-Developers added that the Galaxy Note 20 will be just like the Galaxy S20, but with a S Pen and square corners.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Specs

Earlier reports indicated that there will be three major phones in the Note series to be released this year - Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20+ and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, similar to the S20 series. These phones will come with Snapdragon 865 / Exynos 990 SoC, 5G support and a central hole in the center to accommodate the front camera. However, Indian versions may be limited to 4G LTE only in order to keep prices under control. Samsung can add 120Hz refresh rate up to Quad HD +.

The top model in the series is likely to ship with 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, 512GB internal storage and 5,000mAh battery. The flagship Galaxy Note usually launches around August, but this year there may be a disruption to Samsung's plans, due to the spread of the Corona virus worldwide. Since the launch is still far away, things may change at any turn in the future. It is worth noting that this series is very popular around the world because it always holds a special character because of its large screen and S Pen in addition to the leading specifications that it brings every year.

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