The standout model in the Samsung Galaxy S20 is the S20 Ultra, a super-top quality phone with a huge overall body and display screen, and advanced digicam tech, and we believed the future Galaxy Note 20 line may possibly also incorporate an Ultra model – but that may well not be the case in accordance to one particular analyst.
Ross Young, who we have seen leaking heaps of facts about the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, lately tweeted claimed specs for the Galaxy Note 20 display screen, together with size and resolution, and adopted up all those tweets with one particular that explained ‘No Galaxy Note Ultra Design, but the Galaxy Fold 2 will be your Ultra’.
No Galaxy Note Ultra model, but the Galaxy Fold 2 will be your Ultra. #GalaxyNoteMay eleven, 2020
It is really unclear wherever Young obtained his facts from, but if he’s accurate it indicates the Note 20 line will only comprise two units, the ‘standard’ Note 20 and the Note 20 Plus, and people who want a big handset will have to settle for the latter system.
This wouldn’t essentially be a surprise, as last year’s Note 10 line only comprised regular and Plus handsets, and with Samsung envisioned to start the Galaxy Fold 2 foldable phone at or all around the exact time as the Note 20 range, probably in August, it almost certainly would not see any will need for a third, super-top quality, Note system.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 display screen specs
In one particular tweet, Young explained the ‘base’ Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will have a six.42-inch display screen with a 2345 x 1084 resolution. Evidently this will have a 120Hz refresh price, like the S20, but with a variable refresh method (with the refresh price mechanically modifying to accommodate what you might be accomplishing) to help you save battery.
In a adhere to-up tweet, Young explained the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will have a six.87-inch display screen – so nearly as big as the S20 Ultra’s – with a 3096 x 1444 resolution and the exact refresh price as the base system.
If which is the case then the absence of a Note 20 Ultra would yet again make sense, as the Note 20 Plus would cater for all those looking for a super-sized display screen, unless an Ultra system was to go past 7 inches in display screen size, which would be huge for a non-gaming phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 start is nonetheless envisioned in August, so we’ll come across out then whether or not Young’s facts is correct. In the meantime, preserve examining back again with TechRadar for all the hottest information on the Note 20 units.