This morning we got to know the specifications of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Now, it is time to give the same treatment to the base models of the new range of tops from the South Korean.
The same German site WinFuture is going forward with the list of specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. And judging by what is being reported, we have some important differences between the two models.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 specifications
- 6.7-inch Full-HD + Super AMOLED flat screen
- 60Hz refresh rate
- On-screen fingerprint sensor
- Exynos 990 processor in Europe
- 8GB RAM
- 256GB of internal storage
- Rear camera: 12MP main + 12MP wide angle + 64MP telephoto
- 10MP front camera
- 4300mAh battery
- Reverse wireless charging
- S-Pen with 26 ms latency
The main difference between this model and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be on your screen. In addition to not having curved sides and the resolution being by Full-HD +, it will be limited to a refresh rate of 60Hz.
Additionally, we have some commitments regarding your camera. The main sensor is only 12MP and we have no reference to Space Zoom up to 50 times. In short, we have the same set that can be found on the Galaxy S20.
Another commitment made by the South Korean in the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is related to the latency of its S-Pen. In this case, this important accessory will see its response time rise to 26 milliseconds.
Commitments serve to lower the price of the smartphone
With smartphone prices rising considerably, Samsung strives to offer us a more affordable offer. That is why the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will come with the sacrifices already described.
Rumors suggest that the base model can be launched at around 999 €. Despite being a high value for a smartphone, it is below what is expected for its Ultra companion.
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