Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20, scheduled to debut on August 5, may have just leaked from reliable leaker Evan Blass in a new video.
- The video shows a device that has a borderless screen and a triple-lens camera, matching up with previous image leaks.
- Note 20 will come in two versions: Note 20 and “Ultra” or “Plus” Note 20.
According to rumors and news, Samsung could also launch other products on August 5, including two new foldable phones and a pair of wireless earbuds.
- Samsung is scheduled to unveil the Galaxy Note 20 on August 5, and a recent leak may provide a closer look at what to expect from the next big launch of the tech giant’s Galaxy phone.
Evan Blass, who has a track record of publishing accurate information and images about
Evan Blass, who has a track record of publishing accurate information and images about upcoming smartphone launches, recently posted a 360-degree video claiming the Note 20 will be showing. The video shows that the smartphone would have a wide edge-to-edge screen on the back, with a selfie hole-punch camera and a triple-lens camera.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 is supposed to come with a larger screen than last year’s Galaxy Note 20, a triple-lens display, and the latest Snapdragon 865 + processor from Qualcomm. Rumors say that it will be available in at least two versions: the Galaxy Note 20 and a pricier named the Galaxy Note 20 “Ultra” or “Plus.” not the seemingly more expensive “Ultra” model.
Note 20 isn’t Samsung’s only device expected to debut during its August 5 event. A source from The Korea Herald indicates that the company may also launch two new foldable phones — a Galaxy Fold sequel and a Z Flip 5 G version — and a smartwatch. A new pair of wireless earbuds has also appeared in some leaks, called the Galaxy Buds Live.
Samsung’s Note series, such as the Galaxy S devices, are among the company’s lineup’s more expensive, premium phones. The launch will come when many smartphone manufacturers, including Samsung, recently concentrated on more affordable models, when smartphone sales declined due to the coronavirus pandemic and other factors. For instance, Apple launched the $400 iPhone SE in April, while Samsung launched the $600 Galaxy A71 5 G, a remarkably low price for a 5 G device, recently.
While COVID-19 affects customer spending, the International Data Corporation forecasted that smartphone shipments will fall by 11.9 percent year-over-year in 2020. Even before the pandemic, according to data from polling firm Kantar Worldpanel published by CNBC, many consumers in the United States and Europe have been hanging onto their smartphones for longer periods of time as prices have risen.