Samsung is gearing up with the announcement of the Galaxy Note20 series, alongside the Galaxy Z Flip 5G and Galaxy Fold 2, which is expected to hold on August 5. Predictably, the new smartphones will cost fortune and some predictions point that the price tags for the models of the Galaxy Note20 line could range from 1,249 to 1,499 USD. Now, the popular insider Ice Universe gave its forecast about the price tags on the device.
Samsung Galaxy Note20 Series Prices Revealed
A tweet by an insider, claimed that the basic version of the Galaxy Note20 will go for $999, and the flagship Galaxy Note 20 Ultra should be priced at $1299. For comparison, the cost of the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ at the start of sales was $946 and $1099, respectively, and both models had 256 GB of storage memory.
Predict the price of the Galaxy Note20 series:
Note20 Ultra, $1299
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 4, 2020
According to rumors that is on the network, Galaxy Note20 series devices will receive 120 Hz Infinity-O AMOLED displays, a Snapdragon 865+ processor or Exynos 992 (depending on the sales region), up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of storage memory. They will not forget to once again improve the stylus and the power of fast charging can grow up to 45 watts.
The new smartphones will receive an ultrasonic display fingerprint scanner. Depending on the version, they will have three or four sensors in the main camera. In addition, they will get a new version of the proprietary user interface One UI 2.5.
Galaxy Note20 Ultra Official Render Leaked For The First Time
Meanwhile, a recent leak of real render images of the Galaxy Note20 has surfaced and this time the leak is directly coming from Samsung. The company has accidentally posted images of the Note20 Ultra device on Samsung’s Ukraine website. Thanks to this incident, we can now see what the device will look like in reality.
The render in the question is showcasing the Mystic Bronze color variant of the device. And to be honest, it looks pretty amazing. As you can see in the render images, we now have a really good look at the triple rear camera module. Just like the S20 lineup, you can see a rectangular module housing the sensors individually. Well, there is a sizeable bump as well. You can see all three lenses on the left side while an LED flash along with other sensors on the right. If you look closely, you can see the bronze circular accent around each camera sensor. It looks neat, by the way. It looks like the report of the company ditching the ToF sensor in favor of the laser autofocus system.
As expected, all the physical buttons are located on the right side. Furthermore, we can also see the design of the S-Pen and it comes with the same Bronze color aesthetic. We notice nothing different in the S-Pen’s design. With that said, Samsung might introduce some new software-related capabilities to the pen.