Leaked Specifications Of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Turn Out To Be A Huge Letdown!

Samsung’s much-awaited model, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, is due to be launched in August 2020, suggests some reports! Yes, people, you heard it right! This model has been in the news for quite some time now, and recent details and specifications about the phone were leaked. Keep on reading to know more about the upcoming model.

Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Note 20

This latest model of Samsung is said to have a storage of 128 GB, RAM of 12 GB, the camera of 108 MP+48 MP+12 MP, and battery life of 4300 mAh. The display screen of the phone is 6.9″ or 17.53 cm. The phone is equipped with Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Fingerprint Sensor along with Accelerometer and Gyroscope.

There are two SIM slots on the phone, one being Nano and the other being Nano (Hybrid). The phone has 2G, 3G, and 4G network availability. The phone is designed in such a way that it is waterproof and dustproof. The width of the phone is 75.3 mm, its height is 161.8 mm, and it has a thickness of 8.5 mm and has an Octa-Core processor. The battery of the phone is not user-replaceable but boasts of quick charging. Wireless charging is also an option.

Why The Specifications Are A Huge Letdown?

The leaked specifications of the phone have not been well-received by the techies and are a huge letdown. As reports cite, the 120 Hz refresh rate is only restricted to the expensive Galaxy Note 20 Plus or Ultra Variant. Additionally, the much talked about LTPO display, which helps to automatically adjust the refresh rate, will also be a part of the high-end models only. Whereas, the low-priced models will only have a 60 Hz display and no LTPO.

This news is a huge disappointment as it was thought that all the new models of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 would have a similar display and LTPO. This difference will most probably also have an effect on the pricing of the phone.

The tentative date for the release of the phone is 5 August 2020. We hope to get more updates on the phone before its release.