Samsung is all set to unveil its Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Fold 2, Galaxy Tab S7 series, Watch 3, and Buds Live during the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 this year. On a similar note, the Galaxy Unpacked this year is completely an online event, due to the health concerns in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. Now, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy 20 Ultra prices were leaked ahead of launch.
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As per the reports from the Dutch blog Galaxy Club, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is expected to start at 949 euros which roughly translates to 83,700 INR. The price of the Galaxy Note 20 5G starts at 92,500. As for the larger variants price, the device price may start over at 100,000 INR and goes all the way up 114,000 INR. These reports should be taken with a grain on salt, as they could be different digits.
According to the reports, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 features a 6.7-inch SAMOLED Infinity-O display. The display is full HD+ resoultion of 2400 x 1080 pixels. The aspect ratio of this display is 20:9 and does have an HDR10+ backing. Sadly, the standard Galaxy Note 20 is expected to miss out on a curved display. Well, you read it right! According to the reports, the Galaxy Note 20 might not have the ever-existing curved display.
Going by that we expect the device to launch with a flat-display with the center punch-holed camera setup. Not just that, the display is going to remain 60 Hz, unlike the bigger brothers. As one would expect both the Plus and Ultra variants are expected to launch with 90 Hz or 120 Hz display refresh rates. Considering all this, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 feels like an upgrade over Note 10 Lite instead of the actual Note 20.
Galaxy Note 20 is expected to launch with both 4G and 5G support in two variants. The device is expected to launch with Snapdragon 865 SoC in the United States and China. And like every time, we can expect the Exynos 990 variant to launch in India. The device might come with two to three storage including 6 GB RAM 64 GB onboard storage. And, 8 GB RAM 128 GB onboard storage, and 8 GB RAM and 256 GB onboard storage.
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