There are a lot of rumors regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20, but reputable Galaxy phone tipster Ross Young has revealed a full suite of details around what we can expect from Samsung’s next flagship phones. This includes the display sizes, a new fingerprint sensor, and a lot more RAM. As the CEO at Display Chain Consultants, Young has strong insights into what’s going on in the world of phones and he spoke to YouTube channel GregglesTV to outline everything he knows about the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Plus smartphones.
Ross claims that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will have a display size of 6.42 inches and that the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will have a 6.87-inch screen. By comparison, the Galaxy Note 10 has a 6.3-inch display, and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus features a 6.7-inch panel. And Young further said that the Note 20 and Note 20 Plus will both get a 120Hz refresh rate display, similar to the Galaxy S20 series. Under the display of both devices, Young suggested that the Galaxy Note 20 could use Qualcomm’s second-generation Sonic Max fingerprint scanner. The 3D sensor is not only 17 times larger; it can read two fingerprints simultaneously. Speaking of Qualcomm, Young also reiterated how the US version of the Galaxy Note 20 will sport the Snapdragon 865 - Qualcomm’s flagship system-on-a-chip - while other models will use Samsung’s own Exynos 990 chip. Alongside the chip, Samsung will reportedly give both the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Plus 16GB of RAM. When it comes to battery size, Young says the Galaxy Note 20 phones will be pretty similar to the Galaxy S20 phones, with batteries ranging between 4,000mAh and 5,000mAh.