Evan Blass filters his designs and features

With what we will show you, we could say that we will already take for granted what the Galaxy Note 20 y Note 20 Ultra. Evan Blass brings us a promotional video of these products where their designs and specifications are displayed. We leave you with some captures made by the medium Teknófilo that correspond to that clip and complement the information that we will tell you below.

This would be the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra

Capture: teknofilo.com

He Note 20 Ultra would stand out for its 6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. His battery would reach 4.500 mAh. It would support 5G technology.

The rear camera module would have a 108MP main sensor and function Space Zoom of up to 50x. I would shoot in maximum quality at 8K. The S Pen would have a better response time and renewals with the app Samsung Notes.

Image: teknofilo.com

Variants targeting the United States – more precisely those marketed with the operator AT&TThey would carry the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor. Those regions with chipset Exynos would be done with an optimized Exynos 990. It remains to be seen whether its performance matches that of the Snapdragon 865+ or not. The Note 20 Ultra would come in colors Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze and Mystic White.

He Galaxy Note 20 (just) would share many qualities of the recently mentioned model. Among their differences would be that the screen would go down to 6.7 inches … and probably 60 Hz. Something curious is that in the leaked video this phone appears with the initials “5G” in the end, so it should support this type of mobile connectivity just like the Ultra. Its main camera would have 64MP and Space Zoom up to 30x.

The battery would possess 4.300 mAh. It would be available in colors Mystic Green, Mystic Gray and Mystic Bronze. The rest of the items would be similar, including the qualities of the S Pen.

Source: Evan Blass (via Teknófilo)

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