One day after images and spec details for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra leaked out, we're learning more about the smaller, non-Ultra Note 20.
A new leak has spilled the spec details for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and given us clear images of the upcoming device. According to WinFuture, the display on the Note 20 will be quite a bit different than the one on the Note 20 Ultra. While the Note 20 Ultra screen will have curved edges, the Note 20's display will purportedly be flat.
The Super AMOLED screen on the Note 20 is also expected to be a bit smaller, coming in a 6.7 inches with a resolution of 2400x1080 while the Note 20 Ultra's is a 6.9-inch 3200x1440 Dynamic AMOLED panel. And while the Note 20 Ultra is expected to get a 120Hz refresh rate, the Note 20 will reportedly only have a 60Hz refresh rate.
The rear cameras on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 are expected to be a bit different, too. Rather than the 108MP main cam on the Note 20 Ultra, the regular Note 20 will reportedly have a 12MP main camera along with a 12MP ultra wide cam and a 64MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom and 30x Space Zoom. The selfie camera on both phones is expected to be a 10MP snapper.
Today's report says that the Note 20 will get less storage than the Note 20 Ultra — only 256GB vs 256GB/512GB options — and that it'll also lack the microSD card slot found on the Ultra model. The Note 20 will reportedly have a bit less RAM, too, packing 8GB rather than the 12GB found on the Note 20 Ultra.
A couple other notable changes that are said to be in the Note 20 include a smaller 4300mAh battery and slightly higher S Pen latency. While the Note 20 Ultra gets its stylus latency down to 9ms to better mimic writing on paper, the regular Note 20's latency is said to be 26ms.
The Note 20's rumored spec list also includes an in-display fingerprint reader, wired fast charging and wireless charging, NFC, Wi-Fi 6, wireless DeX support, and up to 8K video capture. The Note 20 is said to be getting optimizations for Microsoft's Project xCloud Xbox gaming streaming service, just like the Note 20 Ultra.
One thing that the Note 20 is expected to get that the Note 20 Ultra won't have is a third color option called Mystic Green.
Samsung will unveil both the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra on August 5. We don't yet know how much either model will cost, but with all of the changes made to the non-Ultra version of the Note 20, it should be a bit cheaper than the Note 20 Ultra that has just about every high-end feature Samsung could throw at it.