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Galaxy Note 20 Ultra set to double down on performance, retain old design

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is set to debut on August 5 alongside Note 20 and Galaxy Fold 5G. Here’s what the new leaks have to say.

New flagship Samsung phones are coming soon
New flagship Samsung phones are coming soon (Samsung)

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 series is set to debut in August this year. Already, there have been a bunch of leaks and rumours around the next flagship phones. And now we have come across two important leaks.

The first is your best possible look at the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Based on the images and short clip shared by leakster Ice Universe, the phone appears to continue the tradition of offering large screens. It retains the last year’s dual-curved edges. There is also a punch-hole camera on the top. The overall look and feel of the phone are very similar to the current Galaxy Note 10 phones.

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Another big takeaway from the new leak is the performance boost in the new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The tipster says the phone will run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865+ chipset. Interestingly, the processor hasn’t been officially announced by Qualcomm yet. Apart from Note 20 Ulta, phones such as iQoo 3 Pro are rumoured to have the SD 865+ chipset. This suggests Qualcomm’s upgraded 865 chip may be on its way.

If true, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be a big upgrade over the Galaxy S20 Ultra which launched earlier this year. Coupled with 16GB of RAM, Note 20 Ultra could offer a much better performance output than the S20.

According to the leakster, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will have QHD+ display with 120Hz refresh rate. The phone will support the high refresh rate with QHD+ resolution. Other expected features on Note 20 Ultra are LTPO display, new camera function, and new SPen features.

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