Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Leak Points To Lower Price Tag
A design leak from the German tech publication WinFuture suggests that the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 will be cheaper than first expected, but will have less impressive specs than the Ultra model.
Although WinFuture stated that there was concrete information around pricing, they estimated that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra would cost approximately €1,000 (A$) at the top-end, while the standard model of the smartphone would be offered at a significantly lower price point.
According to the recent leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will have a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display, with a 120Hz refresh rate.
They also revealed that the new premium model of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will have 5G capability and will come with an improved S-Pen stylus.
By comparison, the Galaxy Note 20 model (without the ‘Ultra’) will have a 6.7-inch Full HD screen with a 60Hz refresh rate. In addition, this model will reportedly be made of plastic glass instead of polished glass, which Samsung’s top-end smartphones are usually made of.
Another key difference between the smartphones is the camera: the Ultra is set to have a 108MP main camera, compared to a 12MP one on the standard model.
Both models are expected to have 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and PowerShare (which enables the smartphone to serve as a wireless charger for other compatible Galaxy devices), according to WhatHifi.com.
It is unknown when Samsung will formally unveil the Galaxy Note 20, but many expect it to happen in a couple of weeks, potentially at the Galaxy Unpacked event on 5th August.