The same German blog, which leaked specs and high-res images of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has now stated, that the simple Note 20 to reportedly come with a conventional 60Hz display instead of any high refresh rate. If this turns out to be true, then it’s a huge disappointment for the Note Fans. Why would Samsung do that in 2020, no one knows the answer at the moment. We have seen many midrange devices that comes with a 90Hz display, despite having a midrange chipset.
Galaxy Note 20 will feature a 6.7″ Amoled display with Full HD+ res and 60Hz refresh rate, and it will be a flat display rather than a curved one. Note 20 to use Exynos 990 chipset in Europe region, and will come in a single configuration of 8/256GB.
For the selfies, it will have the same 10MP sensor as its big brother. Note 20 will rock a triple camera setup on the back, main sensor will be a 12MP with f/1.8 aperture, another 12MP ultra-wide sensor and last one is a 64MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom and 30x Space Zoom.
The S-Pen on the Note 20 has the latency of 26ms, it means that this S-Pen is slower than what we’ll see on the Note 20 Ultra. To give juice to the device, Note 20 will come with a 4300mAh battery. We will see everything officially soon, as the unpacked event is on August 5.