Galaxy Note 20-The upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series of phones
will carry the world’s first phone with a front camera at the bottom of the screen,
as the series will be launched next August,
according to a report by the Korean website The Korea Herald.
Where the report stated that the largest versions of the series will come
with a huge 7-inch screen, which is larger than the Galaxy S20 Ultra (6.9-inch) screen,
as it will contain the hidden front camera under it.
Another feature that the site has talked about is the Galaxy Note 20 support with a new S Pen with additional features
Also, the Korean company began preparing for the launch event, to be in August next year, at the latest.
It is likely that the event will confined, to a live broadcast via the Internet,
According to the source
who confirmed that the company would not postpone the alleged date,
it would probably submit it to June, instead of August.
According to the leaks,
with an update at the level of added cameras.
Reducing the side protrusion in the inside screen of Galaxy Note 20
while providing a front screen with a larger size instead of the small one that was in the first version of the phone.
All of this information we had previously talked about in the context of the leaks, particularly those related to the front camera technology hidden under the screen
Which I think is a technology that is not ready yet to be in a series of leading phones
where we have already seen advertising models from Xiaomi and Oppo for phones with a camera under the screen,
but it is not ready to reach the hand of the consumer.
Where the dilemma lies in the accuracy and rendering of high-definition selfies in comparison to the traditional camera,
and this is the biggest challenge if Samsung adopts technology and adventure with the Galaxy Note 20 series.
Bearing in mind that the process of masking the camera is in the true sense;
it is not a manipulation technique in how to accentuate
and mislead the camera hole
or be modeled on the OnePlus model of the hidden back camera.
With a weighting that limited the event on live TV via the internet
however, the final decision in this regard is not settled yet according
to a source who confirmed
that the company will not defer to the alleged material probably will be submitted
to in June instead of August.
According to the leaks
Samsung might also launch the second version of her phone rollaway Galaxy Fold 2
with Update-level cameras of the host and reduce the extrusion side in the screen involved
with the provision of screen front led by the larger rather than the small
that was in the first version of the phone.
All of this information we have talked about before in the context of leaks
and in particular those related to the front camera hidden underneath the screen;
which I see it technology is not yet ready to be in a series of phones leading where previously
we have seen models advertising of Shawty up phones with a camera under the screen
but it’s not ready to wind up in the hands of the consumer.
Where lies the dilemma in the precision and evaluation of selfies high definition compared with a traditional camera,
this is the biggest challenge in the case of adopting Samsung Technicolor with the series Galaxy Note 20;
and taking into account that the process of hiding a camera in the true sense;
it is not a technical note on how to bring out the camera hole and adjust it
or be like the model of the OnePlus camera the background hidden.
Galaxy Note 20 Release date and price
- August 2020
The Samsung Galaxy Note series usually launches in August.
Last year was the first time Samsung released more than one size of the Galaxy Note,
with the Note 10 and the Note 10+, followed by the Note 10 Lite a couple of months later.
With the Galaxy S20 arriving in three sizes, we’d expect to see a Note 20 and Note 20 Plus this year too.
We’d also predict that Samsung will stick to an August launch for the Note 20,
though of course this could be affected by the current Corvid-19 situation.
We certainly don’t expect to see the Note 20 devices before August 2020 anyway.
In terms of price, we’d expect Samsung to launch the Note 20 devices around the same prices as their predecessors, or marginally higher.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 starts at £869 or $949 and the Note 10+ starts at £999 or $1099.
Galaxy Note 20 Design
- Premium build
- Two sizes likely
- S Pen
There haven’t been a huge number of leaks surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 design as yet,
though this is likely to change in the coming months.
We’d expect the series to borrow from the Galaxy S20 series, though Samsung does typically make some changes to the Note devices.
The centralized hole-punch front camera was first introduced on the Note 10
before being introduced on the S20 range, for example.
Expect a waterproof metal frame sandwiched between glass panels and expect some interesting finishes too.
An under-display fingerprint sensor is likely, as well as a prominent rear camera housing
and there will be a built-in S Pen. We’re also expecting at least two size options,
with both featuring a similar design apart from the size. A Lite model may also appear.