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While Samsung hasn’t formally introduced the Galaxy Note 20, Samsung’s Russian website might have simply leaked it by posting pictures of the Note 20 that includes a fascinating copper finish.
Unfortunately, it’s nonetheless a bit unclear if that is truly the Galaxy Note 20 or not, although it appears fairly seemingly. The potential slip-up was first noticed by famous leaker Ishan Agarwal.
The Confusion arises as the pictures are discovered on a list for the Galaxy Note 8 subsequent to a caption that claims “Discover the next generation Note” and a hyperlink that takes you to a listing for the Galaxy Note 10—not the Galaxy Note 20.
That stated, earlier leaks have already indicated that Samsung might introduce copper on its subsequent wave of gadgets including the next Galaxy Watch, with a tweet from Ice Universe seemingly confirming copper as the following signature shade for Galaxy Note 20.
Furthermore, the design of the phone and its rear camera modules align with the previous fan renders that have been created based mostly on leaks.
Every flagship phone for Samsung typically will get its personal signature shade, with last year’s Galaxy Note 10 sporting Samsung’s pearlescent Aura Glow end, whereas the Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy Note 8, and Galaxy Note 9 all sported a customized shade of blue (particularly Blue Coral, Deep Sea Blue, and Ocean Blue).
Samsung additionally tends to supply any new peripherals launching alongside a new flagship phone in an identical shade, which suggests rumored upcoming products just like the Galaxy Buds X or a Galaxy Tab 7 may sport the identical copper end as effectively.
Anyways, after years of rose gold being featured on tons of devices, it’s good to see that copper is making a comeback, and if the Note 20 finally ends up somewhat similar to the leaked footages then Samsung may play it big this time.
Note 20’s specs
Based on leaks and rumors it’ll arrive in two sizes: a typical Galaxy Note 20 with a 6.42-inch screen, and a bigger Galaxy Note 20+ with a 6.87-inch screen. Both are anticipated to sport 120Hz panels, together with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip(Exynos counterpart for India), a minimum of 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage (or 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage on the Note 20+), and triple rear cameras.
So when can we expect this launch?
Well reports say it’s gonna be on August 5th and hopefully, amidst the pandemic like Apple, Samsung is also gonna host a virtual event. So let’s wait and watch what Samsung has to offer this time.