With the Galaxy S20 series announcement earlier this year, Samsung is now planning for the next iteration of its Galaxy Note lineup. Yes! we’re talking about the Note 20 lineup. Since the last couple of months, we have seen some significant number of leaks and rumors on the upcoming lineup. In fact, we recently saw the leaked renders of the device suggesting what it might look like. We now have yet another leak and this time it has revealed the possible color options.
This leak comes courtesy of GalaxyClub. As per the report, the Galaxy Note 20 will arrive in three color options namely gray, green, and copper. Note 20 Plus, on the other hand, will launch in two options – black and copper options. Speaking of copper variant, it would not be similar to the one which we saw earlier with the predecessor. In fact, we might see the new copper option leaning more towards the gold-ish hue.
Furthermore, these are possibly the initial color options for both the devices which will be available during the launch. Since we’re talking about Samsung here, more color options would appear in the market. Considering all these color options, it seems like Samsung this time might be going with simplified and less flashy color options. This makes sense considering the Note lineup always focusses on productivity and business-first design. With that said, there have to be more color options for the Note 20 lineup. If that’s the case, then we should expect some more information to come forward in the coming weeks.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series: Specs, Features
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus recently made its way to the 3C certification. The device should come with a massive display possibly 6.7-inch panel. Under the hood, we will see flagship chipset namely Snapdragon 865 for the USA and Exynos 992 SoC for the rest of the market. In terms of optics, we’re looking at a quad rear camera module which will include periscope lens. All of these might be backed by a 4,500 mAh battery packed inside. Coming to the design, there is going to be a small punch-hole cutout in the middle which will house the front selfie shooter. At the bottom, there is an S-Pen holder on the left position along with a USB Type-C port for charging, microphone, and speaker grille.