Samsung is going to launch the anticipated Galaxy Note 20 on August 5th. And to be honest, that day is not too far. But the thing is, there is nothing Samsung can hide now, given the fact that most of the smartphone’s details have been leaked already. However, this is not the only thing, as a new video reveals more of the smartphone now.
And here comes the promotion for Galaxy Note 20!
A new promotional video by Evan Blass shows off the upcoming Note 20 series smartphones. The video is actually made by AT&T for the promotion of the device’s 5G on their network. The video shows off the Galaxy Note 20 in Mystic Green and Mystic Bronze colors. It also confirmed that the smartphone is going to pack a Snapdragon 865+ SoC. Well, for the US market at least. The rest of the world, other than a few countries are ought to get Exynos 990 eventually.
The display is going to be a 6.5-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, for the Note 20, whereas the Note 20 Ultra will get a 6.7-inch 120Hz refresh rate panel.
This time, the S-Pen is going to feel like “a real pen to paper”, as the promotional video claims. And since there is a partnership with Microsoft already, Samsung will make sure that you can convert the notes you took into PowerPoint or Word files.
Galaxy Note 20 – Camera and Battery.
Now coming down to the camera and battery. The video shows off the Note 20 Ultra to feature a 108MP camera with 50x Space Zoom. On the other hand, the regular Note 20 will come with a 64MP camera and 30x Space Zoom. The Note 20 will come with a smaller 4,300mAh battery, on the other hand, the Note 20 ultra will feature a slightly larger 4,500mAh battery.
Galaxy Note 20 – Colors.
The regular model will come in three colors: Mystic Bronze, Mystic Green, and Mystic Gray. On the other hand, Note 20 ultra will come in Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic White.
You can check the video here:
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