Galaxy Note 20 Ultra vs. Galaxy Note 10+ on video

Just yesterday we saw the first real images of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, a top-of-the-range terminal that will be presented in August of this year, and that just today was leaked in a video next to the Galaxy Note 10+, Which has allowed us to see it in great detail.

This video confirms that Samsung has opted for a continuous design with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, although with nuances, since said terminal presents some important changes that move it a bit away from the Galaxy Note 10+. In this sense, the most relevant are the huge rear island, which gives shelter to the triple rear camera configuration, and the change of position of the speaker and the space for the S-Pen, which have been moved to the opposite side.

Otherwise the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra maintains the entire screen finish with very small edges, the Edge termination on the sides and the front camera integrated into a small island. Nothing new under the sun. The S-Pen is identical to the Galaxy Note 10+, in fact it can be inserted without problems in the space that said terminal has, and it can work as pointer with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

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This video has also confirmed that the version that recently went through the FCC is this Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which means that its launch is, as we expected, imminent. Introducing the Galaxy Note 20 family will occur on August 5. If everything goes according to plan we will see two versions, the standard, known as Galaxy Note 20, and the “Ultra”, which is the one that appears in the video that we have shared with you in this article.

We have not yet been able to confirm, comparing reliable sources, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra specifications, but according to the latest information that we have been able to see, these could be its final specifications:

  • 6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen with QHD + resolution and 120 Hz.
  • SoC Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 992, depending on market.
  • 5G connectivity.
  • 12GB-16GB of RAM.
  • 256GB-512GB of storage capacity.
  • Three rear cameras: main (108 MP or 50 MP), 12 MP wide angle and 13 MP telephoto lens.
  • 40 MP front camera.
  • 4,500 mAh battery with quick recharge.
  • Android 10 as operating system.
  • Integrated fingerprint reader on the screen.
  • IP68 dust and water resistance certification.

It is said that the price of the most basic model will be around 1,399 euros, a figure that, if confirmed, would mean a considerable increase compared to the equivalent model of the current generation, the Galaxy Note 10+, which arrived in Europe with a price of 1,149 euros.

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