We know that as we approach the last two quarters of the year, two main devices are set to make their debut. The iPhone 12 series and the Galaxy Note 20 series. While we already know a lot about the iPhone 12 series, we are more interested in what we’d see for the Note 20. Perhaps this article from WCCFTECH could not have made better timing. They lay down some of the specs we should expect in the upcoming Samsung “no compromises” smartphone.
— Wccftech (@wccftechdotcom) June 17, 2020
Now we look further into the article, originally inspired by a tweet from Ice Universe, suggest that we may see the Note 20 model to be quite nerfed. As far as one may remember, Note lineup is supposed to be the no-compromise edition. We simply cannot understand why Samsung is adamant on making two models for it when a person would be better off with a higher-end Galaxy S series device. This was the case last year as well where S10+ was preferred over the Note 10.
Wide frame + flat screen + FHD resolution + 60Hz refresh rate.
It's a desperate specification.😑
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 17, 2020
Coming to the spec details and the tweet confirms that the device would feature an FHD+ display. This would be a flat display, similar to what we saw on the Galaxy S20 series. Not to mention, it would be capped at 60Hz. In a world where even Apple is opting for higher refresh screens, Samsung is doing this with its Note. Seriously?! While this is the more budget model, it still doesn’t justify the poor spec’d screen, in our opinion. While we do not know the actual specs of the Note 20+ (or Ultra?), we can be sure that it would be an all-out device. While this is the case, the jury may still be out as to who this phone would be for. Let’s see.