Galaxy Note 20 Will Go on Sale August 21 in South Korea: Report

0
258

INTRO: Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 20-series will reportedly go on sale in South Korea just days after its official announcement. According to a replacement report, the devices are going to be up purchasable in Samsung’s home market August 21st – just days after it’s officially unveiled August 5th. There’s no word, however, on when the lineup are going to be available for purchase globally.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20-series is going to be unveiled in August

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event set for August 5, Galaxy Note 20 ...

According to prior reports, the Note 20-series are going to be unveiled August 5th within the first-ever online-only ‘Unpacked’ event. Samsung is additionally expected to announced the Galaxy Fold 2 and therefore the Galaxy Z Flip 5G at the upcoming event. While the previous are going to be a successor to the first-gen Galaxy Fold, the latter is going to be a 5G-version of the first Galaxy Z Flip launched earlier this year.

Lineup Contains Two Models

Coming back to the Galaxy Note 20 lineup, it’s expected to contain a minimum of two models. While the bottom Galaxy Note 20 is going to be the mass-market variant, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are going to be the premium offering for people wanting a no-compromise device. According to recent rumors, the bottom model may only have a 60Hz display rather than a 90/120Hz one. It also won’t get the 100x ‘Space Zoom’ seen within the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

108MP Bright HM1 sensor Camera

Mark Your Calendars, Here's When the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Might ...

Multiple leaks over the past months suggest that the Note 20 could be powered by the Exynos 992 SoC. It might even have a triple-camera setup at the rear , led by Samsung’s own 108MP Bright HM1 sensor. Renders of both the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra have also been leaked online in recent days. So, are you excited about Samsung’s upcoming phablets? Let us know in the comments down below.

 

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.