New Galaxy Note 20 leak sheds light on Samsung's next-generation phablet

Ruben Fields
May 21, 2020

Now, Samsung has a new, 50-megapixel camera sensor called the Samsung ISOCELL GN1, and it might actually beat its high-megapixel brother in some regards.

The most recent Galaxy Note 20 leak, courtesy of Android Central, provides us with a few new tidbits regarding the specs and features we can expect to see from the oversized smartphone. If the information turns out to be accurate, the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will have a smaller battery than the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

Samsung adding flagship-grade features to its mid-range Galaxy A-series is not a new concept. On the other hand, the Korean giant did not specify a date for the official announcement of the Galaxy Note 20 series.

Earlier this year, Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series, and all three models supported 5G in some capacity.

Samsung is expected to launch its Galaxy Note 20 later this year, and we might have just got our first look at its possible design.

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As for other details, Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 will feature a Snapdragon 865 chipset, 16GB of RAM, and a next-generation ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. That will become the company's third foldable smartphone, and a direct successor to the Galaxy Fold which launched past year.

It is speculated that Samsung may include its latest 50MP ISOCELL GN1 sensor on the upcoming S-Pen equipped flagship that boasts dual-pixel and tetracell technologies. We haven't really seen a legit leak of the design of the two phones, though.

According to the well-known tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy Note20 series won't have similar zoom capabilities as the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

The Snapdragon 865 will fuel the two devices in the U.S. and China, while the Exynos 990 will probably do it in Europe and India.

The Galaxy Note 20 is said to sport a fullHD+ 60Hz LTPS display.

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