Samsung Galaxy Note20 gets visualized with new render

Ruben Fields
May 22, 2020

Well, according to Korea Herald via news outlet SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 launch is set to go ahead as planned, although the event will officially be online-only.

After Apple, Google and Microsoft, Samsung is the latest company to join the list of companies that are moving to completely online events.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced smartphone OEMs to either delay their product launches or just launch them via a simple press release.

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Samsung, usually tends to hold two Unpacked events every year. The company already held an Unpacked event in February this year for the Galaxy S20 launch, but for the Galaxy Note 20, it has chose to hold an online-only event. Now, Verizon has started rolling out the May 2020 security patch to the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Note 10 series devices in the country.

This week, Samsung shared the unsurprising news that the next Galaxy Note series will be presented during an online-only event, and now, some of the first renders of the Note20 have been leaked by Pigtou and xleaks7. And if rumors are to be believed, the company might also launch the Galaxy Fold 2 at the same event.

If you live in the United States and use any one of these Galaxy Note series smartphones mentioned here on Verizon's network, you would've received the software update notification already. Based on these estimates, it's not unreasonable to assume the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will wind up being the largest non-foldable handset Samsung has ever made, at least in terms of screen size.

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