The official launch of the Galaxy Note 20 series is just around the corner, and a lot is already known about the new smartphones. We know that the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20+/Ultra will have a 6.7-inch screen and a 6.9-inch screen respectively, with ultra-thin bezels. In addition, the Galaxy Note 20 is rumored to come in gray, green, and copper colors, while the Galaxy Note 20+/Ultra is expected to come in black and copper. As for the camera, the Galaxy Note 20 is said to have a 12MP wide-angle main camera along with a 64MP telephoto lens and another 12MP ultra wide-angle sensor. The Galaxy Note 20+/Ultra is expected to have a 108MP main camera and a 13MP telephoto lens, as well as another 12MP ultra-wide lens, laser autofocus system, and no 100x Space Zoom (the maximum is 50X with better optimization). The line-up will also get Exynos 992 or Snapdragon 865+ processor (depending on the region) which guarantees 5G connectivity on all versions of the phone.
We now also have some information about the battery capacity of the new smartphones. Thus, the Galaxy Note 20 will be equipped with a 4,300mAh battery. The Galaxy Note 20+/Ultra is said to have a 4,500mAh battery, which is just 200mAh more than the vanilla model. This is not a big step forward considering the Note 10+ has a 4,300mAh battery, but it is a step up for the Galaxy Note 20 compared to the previous Galaxy Note 10 and its 3,500mAh battery capacity. While this is far from 5,000mAh of the much-talked-of Galaxy S20 Ultra, this state of things is understandable. More precisely, this is the compromise that will free up space for the S Pen stylus. But the move to 5G connectivity, as well as a higher-resolution display on the Note 20+/Ultra mean more power consumption. In addition, the Galaxy Note 20+/Ultra will feature a 120Hz Super AMOLED Infinity-O display. Samsung is going to reduce high power consumption with the help of an LTPO backplane that allows for a variable refresh rate. This should result in better implementation of 120Hz, as well as better energy efficiency. The standard Galaxy Note 20 won't have this technology. Instead, it will feature LTPS and will be limited to only 60Hz.