Samsung Galaxy Note 20 colour options leak online
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is unlikely to come with any radical design change. But you can expect incremental specifications upgrade on the phones.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is set to launch in August this year. Ahead of the official launch, we've already come across multiple leaks which have given us a good idea about what to expect from the flagship series. Now, a new report reveals the colour options you will get for the new Galaxy Note 20 series.
According to GalaxyClub (via Sammobile), Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will be available in green, copper, and grey colour options. The high-end variant, Galaxy Note 20+, will be available in black and copper or gold colour options. The copper colour variant is said to be slightly different from the one available for the Galaxy Note 9 as it will have gold-like hue, reports GSMArena.
These are unlikely to be the only colour options to be available for the Note 20 series. It may be recalled Samsung had offered colour options such as Aura White, Aura Blue, and Aura Glow for the Note 10. For Galaxy S20 series, Samsung launched colour options such as Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Aura Blue, and Cosmic Black, among others.
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As far as colours go, Samsung's flagship smartphones over the last couple of years have transitioned to a more matte-like finish from the glossy finish. A subtle matte-finish makes fingerprint smudges less prominent on the glass back panels.
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The latest leak comes days after images and renders of Galaxy Note 20 series leaked online. According to these images, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will feature a punch-hole camera on the front. The phones have a glass back panel which houses a rectangular camera module with three big sensors and one small.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is said to come with up to 16GB of RAM. It is likely to run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 processor and feature 120Hz display and up to 4,500mAh battery.
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