Leaked telco video reveals Samsung Galaxy Note 20 key specs and features

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series will be unveiled in less than 48 hours but the leaks just keep on coming. This time, a product video from AT&T has leaked and it confirms pretty much we know so far about the new Samsung flagship with an S Pen. The video was shared by serial leakster @evleaks through his Patreon account.

There will be two models, the Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra. In the US, both are powered by a Snapdragon 865+ processor and have 5G support. Like its previous flagships, Samsung is expected to offer its Exynos 990 variant for the Malaysian market.

The standard Note 20 comes with a flat 6.7″ Super AMOLED+ display which is expected to feature a Full HD+ resolution with a 60Hz refresh rate. Meanwhile, the Ultra gets a larger 6.9″ Dynamic AMOLED dual-curved display that pushes a smoother 120Hz refresh rate.

The S Pen will be upgraded with new features and a more responsive writing experience. As revealed by Roland Quandt earlier, the new S Pen has a latency of 9ms. According to the video, you can convert your notes easily into a Microsoft Word and PowerPoint document.

Similar to the Galaxy S20, you can shoot 8K videos which enables you to grab high-resolution stills from your footage. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will feature a high resolution 108MP main camera while the Note 20 gets a 64MP shooter (which is likely to be used for telephoto).

As speculated previously, the Note 20 Ultra can push up to 50x Space Zoom while the standard model settles for a lower 30x. The Ultra will be the first Note series device to feature a periscope telephoto camera which is similar to the S20 Ultra.

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In terms of battery, the Note 20 will come with a 4,300mAh unit while the Ultra gets a 4,500mAh capacity. It is odd that Samsung is fitting a smaller battery than the current S20 Ultra which has a 5,000mAh cell. Looking at the current Galaxy Note 20 pricing, expect the top-of-the-line Note 20 device to cost more than its predecessor. It is likely that Samsung could be bundling its Galaxy Buds Live TWS with ANC for free during the pre-order period.

To watch the launch, the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event will be streamed live through Samsung’s website at 10pm Malaysian time on 5th August. Since Malaysia is a key market, expect Samsung to reveal local pre-order details shortly after the global event.


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Alexander Wong