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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 preview: Bigger and better than ever with a price to match

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Here’s everything we think we know about the next Galaxy Note and everything else Samsung is announcing at Unpacked 2020 on August 5.
There may not be a big stage performance and larger-than-life video screens, but Samsung on Wednesday will announce the latest member of its premium smartphone lineup: the Galaxy Note 20. Samsung’s second flagship of the year is traditionally targeted to productivity-minded users, and this year appears to bring more of the same, with big screens, big cameras, and of course, an S Pen on board. Here’s everything we think we know about Samsung’s next flagship, which will reportedly come in two sizes, the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. The Galaxy Note has always had a boxier design than the Galaxy S. This year’s model appears to continue the tradition, with a design that closely mirrors last year’s model, according to Twitter leaker extraordinaire Evan Blass. That means the front is nearly all display, with tiny bezels and squared corners. Numerous rumors peg the two phones at 6.7 inches and 6.9 inches diagonally, the same dimensions as the S20+ and S20 Ultra. The screens might not be created equal, however. Twitter leaker Ice Universe, who has an impeccable track record for rumors, says the Note 20 will have a 60Hz display, while the Note 20 Ultra will gain the 120Hz display introduced with the S20 earlier this year. It’s also possible that the Note 20 has a “flat” screen, while the Ultra retains the curved Infinity display of previous models. The Galaxy Note 20 will reportedly come in all-new colors. Around the back, leaked renders by Blass and others show a massive camera array that resembles the one introduced with the S20. New colors are also on the way, with Samsung all but confirming copper or bronze will be the new hotness. Unlike last year, when the Note 10 used the same chip as the S10,this year’s model is tapped to adopt Qualcomm’s newest 865+ processor, which brings slight speed and graphics improvements.

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