Surprise, surprise: Samsung's website mentions three Galaxy Note 20 models, including Note 20 Plus
Last year, Samsung released the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. Earlier, the consensus was that Samsung would launch three Galaxy Note 20 phones this year - the Note 20, Note 20 Plus, and Note 20 Ultra.
Uhhhhhhh? 3 note 20's or is that a typo? pic.twitter.com/2I5lRkUbih— Highest (@TechHighest) August 2, 2020
Does the Galaxy Note 20 Plus exist?
It was also previously reported that an LTE-only Galaxy Note 20 would also be available, so maybe this model will be marketed as the Galaxy Note 20, and the 5G-ready version will be called the Galaxy Note 20 Plus.
Of course, we are just speculating here and to find out if the Galaxy Note 20 Plus actually exists, we wouldn't have to wait for long. After all, a recently leaked AT&T promo also mentions only two models, so nothing is certain as the moment.
To recap, the Galaxy Note 20 will likely be powered by the Snapdragon 865 Plus or Exynos 990, depending on your region. The standard model is expected to offer a 6.7-inches display, a 64MP main camera, and a 4,300mAh battery. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will probably sport a 120Hz 6.9-inches screen, a 108MP main camera, 4,500mAh battery, and an upgraded S Pen.
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