A new rumor shares possible specs of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. According to the report, we can count on a 120Hz LTPO screen and a Snapdragon 865 Plus, a chipset that has not (yet) been announced.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra specifications
The well-known tasty Ice Universe has tweeted once again about the upcoming Samsung flagship series. This time it is about the specifications of the expected Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which will probably be much better than the standard variant. In the post, the nice describes the Ultra model as an evolved version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
Only shortly before this, Ice Universe shared very disappointing information about the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. Fortunately, the opposite applies to the Ultra, which may just get a top screen.
This variant probably has an LTPO display to be more energy efficient with a high refresh rate of 120Hz. Even better, this number remains the same at the highest resolution, giving you a super smooth 4K display at your disposal.
Snapdragon 865 Plus on the way?
The chipset, on the other hand, is a more striking detail of the current rumor. The tasty suggests that the Note 20 Ultra will be equipped with an (as yet) unreleased Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus. This would be a slightly improved version of the already existing Snapdragon 865, but whether it actually comes, no one knows.
In terms of timing, a Snapdragon 865 Plus is possible in principle, as the Note 20 series will probably only launch on August 5. However, not everyone is convinced that the Snapdragon 865 Plus will actually be released. Android Authority believes even more to the contrary and contradicts the rumor. Since both the tasty and the website are reliable, we better take all this with a grain of salt.
More about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series
Gradually, rumors of important parts of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series appear. For example, Note 20 may get a new fingerprint scanner and a larger battery, and the cameras will probably be better than the S20 devices.
Finally, we expect a release on August 5, where we will most likely also see the Galaxy Fold 2 and a 5G variant of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.