According to a new tweet from tipster Ice Universe, the vanilla Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will only have a 60Hz display, just like the Note 10. If the tipster is to be believed, the Galaxy Note 20 is going to feature a Full HD+ resolution panel with no curved edges. The absence of curved edges on the Galaxy Note 20 is certainly not surprising, as the leaked CAD-based renders of the phone had also suggested the same. The tipster adds the phone will have a "wide frame" as well. Interestingly, the tipster mentions in his tweet that the Samsung Note 20 will be far less impressive than the Note 20 Ultra in terms of specs.
Ice Universe also revealed that the Galaxy Note 20+ and Note 20 Ultra will be arriving with 120Hz LTPO display that will offer Quad HD+ resolution. The CAD renders of these devices by OnLeaks had revealed that its display features a top-center positioned punch-hole. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus will have a triple camera setup with a 108-megapixel main lens along with 50x zoom support. Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 series is rumored to break cover at an online-only event on August 5.
On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G has appeared on Geekbench with SDM 865 Chipset and 8GB of RAM. The foldable phone with the SM-F707B model number gets 970 points in the single-core test and 3,220 in the multi-core department. The phone boots Android 10 and will likely debut with Samsung’s upcoming OneUI 2.5 on top.