Samsung Galaxy Note 20 News,price,leaks,Launch date

Samaung Galaxy Note 20  News,price,leaks,Launch date

Everything we know about the Galaxy Note 20 — plus what we'd love to see

Samsung's flagship phones took a big leap forward this year with the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, and that could continue with the highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 20. 

Like this year's upgrade to the Galaxy S series, the next Galaxy Note 20 could be a major step up from last year’s models, with some key display and camera improvements that could make one of the best big phones even better. And based on recent rumors we’ve heard, you won’t have to wait very long for the Note 20 to arrive.

Here’s everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 so far, including the phone's potential release date, price, specs and features.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 latest news (updated April 05)

  • A prominent phone leaker says to expect the Galaxy Note 20 to have a lot in common with the Galaxy S20, particularly when it comes to cameras.
  • A Samsung appliance ad contains what might be a Galaxy Note 20 teaser.
  • Concept designs for the Galaxy Note 20 show off a pretty slick-looking phone.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 release date 

According to reputable Twitter leakster Max Weinbach, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 could launch as soon as July alongside the rumored Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. This lines up with Samsung’s typical release schedule for its Note devices, which normally launch by August of every year.  

It's worth keeping an eye on any subsequent rumors about the Note 20's release date, though, as the coronavirus outbreak has left the tech world in flux. Apple is reportedly dealing with disruptions to its iPhone 12 supply chain, for example, and with the disease affecting South Korea in particular, Samsung could have to deal with a similar situation. (The company had to temporarily close a factory that assembles the Galaxy Z Flip, for example.)

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 price 

Based on historical pricing, we don’t expect the Samsung Note 20 to come cheap. The Galaxy Note 10 currently starts at $949, with the Galaxy Note 10 Plus going for $1,099 and the Note 10 Plus 5G costing $1,299.

Samsung’s just-launched Galaxy S20 follows a similar pricing structure, with the Galaxy S20 starting at $999, the Galaxy S20 Plus at $1,199 and the Galaxy S20 Ultra at $1,399. Long story short? Don’t expect to pay less than $1,000 for the Galaxy Note 20.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 design

Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Plus and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra concept designs.
The Galaxy Note 20 could very well come in three models, similar to the Galaxy S20 lineup. This is according to a site that has created a series of Galaxy Note 20 renders. They show the possible design for the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Plus and Galaxy Note 20 Plus Ultra.

The design looks similar to the S20, though there is room for an S Pen holster for Samsung's stylus. Each design features Samsung's Infinity-O display, but the site says that Samsung could go even bigger with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, surpassing 7 inches for the screen.

Another series of renders from Dutch blog LetsGoDigital, produced in cooperation with mockup designer Concept Creator, imagines a Note 20 that borrows cues from Samsung phablets new and old. From the front, Concept Creator's pitch bears an obvious resemblance to the Galaxy Note 10, owing to its hole-punch camera cutout. But from the back, the horizontal camera strip evokes the Galaxy Note 9 and earlier models.

Concept Creator's design seems less likely — especially if Samsung lifts the Galaxy S20 Ultra's massive quad-lens camera module to incorporate in some Note 20 variants — though it certainly isn't a bad look.

A subsequent effort by Concept Creator shows off a design that's similar to the Galaxy S20 series released earlier this year, particularly when it comes to the rear camera module.

We might have gotten a glimpse of what the Galaxy Note 20 might look like from Samsung itself. In an ad for the company's "Wind-Free Air Conditioner," a phone shows up about 55 seconds in that features a completely seamless front display. It's likely the phone in that ad is just a mock-up, though it fits some descriptions of the Galaxy Note 20.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 battery and charging

The existing Galaxy Note 10 recharges in a snap, especially if you use Samsung's fastest 45-watt charging brick. However, the Galaxy Note 20 could deliver another leap forward, thanks to a breakthrough new material called gallium nitride.

Several phone makers, including Samsung and Apple, are reportedly researching using gallium nitride in place of silicon to make charging adapters smaller and more efficient. If you want an idea of exactly what this technology can do in real terms, Xiaomi sells a gallium nitride adapter for its Mi 10 smartphone, which carries a battery weighing in at 4,500 mAh. The gallium nitride brick can fully recharge that phone in just 45 minutes.

What's more, Samsung, like other phone makers, may soon be under pressure from the European Union to once again build phones with removable batteries to reduce electronic waste. The last premium Galaxy handset with a removable battery was the Galaxy S5, released way back in 2014. Although this mandate likely won't be delivered in time to affect the Note 20, it could certainly influence future Samsung smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Camera 

Details on the Galaxy Note 20 Cameras sheet are currently thin, but the rumors we’ve heard so far point to some significant improvements. 

In February, Samsung took the wraps off of its new 5G-optimized OLED display. This screen is built to reduce power consumption and emit less blue light, which could result in a Galaxy Note 20 with impressive battery life if Samsung's new phablet adopts this screen.  

Samsung recently announced its new manufacturing process for 7nm and 6nm mobile processors. These chips will consume less power due to their smaller size, making them more optimal for 5G and automotive applications while also allowing for slimmer designs. Considering that these new processors should be ready within the first quarter of this year, it's possible that we could see a Galaxy Note 20 with a 6nm chip that delivers big power within a thinner chassis.

According to reliable tipster Ice Universe, the Note 20 will feature a more “fine-tuned” version of the 120Hz refresh-rate displays that debuted on the Galaxy S20 series.  

We’re not exactly sure what that fine-tuning means, but it’s worth pointing out that the Galaxy S20 can’t use 120Hz at full QHD resolution because it would consume too much power. If Samsung is able to address this for the Note 20 series and allow you to enjoy both maximum smoothness and fidelity, it could be the ultimate phone for big-screen gaming and productivity.

A leaked CAD schematic discovered in January could be a hint at the Galaxy Note 20’s final design. According to the image in question, the Note 20 will likely have all of the Note’s usual ports — including a slot for Samsung’s signature S-Pen. There also seems to be an extra-large camera module. 

That could be a hint that the Note 20 is adopting the Galaxy S20 series’ imaging stack, with a triple-lens setup for the base Note 20 and perhaps the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s quad-lens setup (complete with a 108MP lens) for the Note 20 Plus or Ultra. The Note series typically gets the latest Galaxy S cameras with slight improvements, so this upgrade seems within the realm of possibility.

In fact, phone leaker IceUniverse implied in a tweet that the Galaxy Note 20 will draw on the S20 heavily when it comes to specs and features.

One disappointing spec we've heard about comes from Sammobile, which reports that the Galaxy Note 20 could ship with 128GB of built-in storage. That would be a step back from the Note 10, which featured 256GB of storage. Of course, that phone didn't have a microSD slot for adding capacity, so perhaps this feature would return in the Note 20 to balance things out.

On the flip side, Samsung's next generation eUFS 3.1 storage could debut in the Note 20 series. These chips are in production now, and tipped to deliver sequential write speeds nearly three times faster than existing UFS 3.0 silicon. In real-world terms, the company says you can expect 100MB transfers to take about 1.5 minutes over eUFS 3.1 storage, versus 4 minutes on UFS 3.0.

The S Pen remains one of the marquee features for the Galaxy Note lineup, so it's no surprise that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is expected to introduce new capabilities to the S Pen. That comes from phone leaker Ice Universe who tweets that Samsung's internal code name for the phone is "Canvas," suggesting a focus on drawing and writing capabilities.

What we want from the Galaxy Note 20 

While we don’t know too much about the Galaxy Note 20 just yet, here are a few features that could make Samsung’s next phablet the big phone to beat.

5G across the board: Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series is its first to support 5G connectivity out of the gate for every model, and we’d like to see the Note series follow suit. We'd say the likelihood of this, given the Note line's stature atop Samsung's range of handsets, is pretty high.

Improved DeX mode: The Note 10’s DeX mode allows you to use your phone’s apps and files on your PC’s big screen, but it could use some improvements. We found DeX mode to be laggy on Samsung’s most recent phablet, and there are some limitations around the ways you can transfer files between your computer and phone. If Samsung can make DeX mode smoother and more robust, the Note 20 could be a true productivity powerhouse that could even replace your laptop or tablet.

Better battery life: The Note 20 lasted around 9 hours and 25 minutes on our battery test, which consists of endless surfing on LTE. That’s not bad, but it's a ways behind the iPhone 11 Pro Max (11:44), Galaxy S10 Plus (12:35) and Huawei P30 Pro (12:53). A longer-lasting Note 20 could make Samsung’s biggest phone even more ideal for those looking to get work done on the go, and could make it a compelling rival to Apple’s biggest iPhone 12 option later this year.

So, these are the few rumours regarding Samaung Galaxy Note 20  News,price,leaks,Launch date till now. If we missed anything let us know through the comments.
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