Unlike the Galaxy S20, the Galaxy Note 20 lineup is only expected to feature two devices, the base Galaxy Note 20, and a plus-sized Galaxy Note. It will either be called the Note 20+ or the Note 20 Ultra.
Reputable leakster Ice Universe has revealed more information about the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The handset is going to be a successor to the Galaxy Note 10+ with even slimmer bezels, smaller punch-hole camera, and a 120Hz display.
The 120Hz display is going to have QHD+ resolution, and unlike the Galaxy S20 series, you’ll get to use 120Hz and QHD+ resolution at the same time. The display panel is going to be an LTPO OLED which should result in better power efficiency.
Hardware-wise, it will be powered by the Snapdragon 865+, the overclocked version of the Snapdragon 865. It will have a new unnamed camera function and new SPen features that are currently unknown.
Galaxy Note20 Ultra:— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 19, 2020
Evolution version Note10+
QHD+120Hz can be turned on at the same time
New camera function
New SPen and features pic.twitter.com/t6GN5UwZnC
That’s about all the details available on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra for now, but more are expected to surface as the launch date draws near. It is expected to go official alongside a new Galaxy Watch at the Unpacked event in August.
Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 was initially expected to break cover alongside the Note 20, but rumors now suggest that it will arrive in September with the Galaxy Z Flip 5G.