Samsung will unveil its Galaxy Note 20 series in the Q3 of 2020 along with the Galaxy Fold 2 smartphone. There were many reports about the same, and we had reported a few leaks about the same. A new report suggests that it will feature 16GB of RAM as standard. Currently, Samsung has only one smartphone with 16GB of RAM i.e., the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. It also comes with 512GB of storage.
DSCC CEO Ross Young revealed this on his Q&A session on YouTube. Just like the S20 series, the Galaxy Note 20 series will also be available in 4G, and 5G variant. So, we can assume that both the options will feature 16GB RAM as standard. Earlier in February, Samsung has started its production of 16GB LPDDR5 RAM. So, it is clear that the upcoming flagships will sport 16GB LPDDR5 RAM.
The Note 20 is expected to come with a screen resolution of 2345 x 1084 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:5:9. While the top-end Galaxy Note 20 Plus will feature a screen with 3096 x 1444 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:3:9. Both the smartphones will use the LTPO backplane technology and gets a massive refresh rate of 120Hz. The former will pack a 4,000mAh battery, and the latter will feature 4,500mAh or 5,000mAh battery.