Following its own tradition, last year Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 10, which offered a stylish design and was not technically deprived from any feature. Now the company is working on the successor of last year’s flagship and, accordint to some insiders, there will be a close “genetic” connection between the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will have no surprises
Recently, Ice Universe and Max Weinbach leaks has confirmed that the characteristics of the Galaxy Note 20 will not undergo significant changes compared to the Galaxy S20 series. The same goes for the camera. It seems that Samsung did not prepare for big innovations to present in the Galaxy Note 20. Perhaps the stylus will offer some improvements, but these changes may not be enough to make users want to buy an expensive smartphone.
Now the question is how many models will be in the Galaxy Note 20 series. If the company implements last year’s scenario, then we will see the Note 20 and the Note 20+. But there are those who predict the announcement of three smartphones, where Note 20 Ultra will join the already mentioned devices.
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We expect the Note 20 series to launch in August. Almost certainly, before the announcement, a lot of various leaks will appear on the network, which will give an understanding of what the new flagships of Samsung will be.
It is worth to mention that Samsung has recently published the full kernel source code for the Exynos-powered Galaxy S20 phones. The folks at XDA-Developers quickly dug in the code and found some interesting news. According to the code, there are several clues about the upcoming Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Fold 2 and a phone that is related to the Z Flip.
The Note 20 reportedly goes under the code name “Canvas” and will use the Snapdragon 865 chipset that constantly pops up in benchmarks. If Qualcomm will repeat the last year’s strategy and launch a new Snapdragon 865+ later this year, only time will tell, but apparently, Samsung won’t use it in the upcoming flagships.