Samsung Galaxy S20 Tactical Edition unveiled

Samsung Galaxy S20 Tactical Edition unveiled

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 - and possibly the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 - were all set to be revealed in July during a big Galaxy Unpacked event, just as the S20 series and Z Flip were unveiled in front of a crowd of 3,000 people in February.

Although the Note 20 and Fold 2 are known to be launching online, there's no word on a date for the handsets.

Talking about the leaked renders shared by Pigtou first, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is said to pack a 6.7-inch display with a small hole-punch in the centre-top region. Also, the fingerprint sensor on these devices should be a tad faster with this new update.

At the moment, hardly a week goes by without new information on the Galaxy Note 20 from Samsung. The new images, which you can see below, show us an elegant Galaxy Note 20. While the company does launch products without organising a physical event, but not the Galaxy S series or Galaxy Note series phones.

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Also on the back we see the rectangular camera module, one of the most evident common points between Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20 Ultra. The USB Type-C port is in the middle of the phone's bottom, with a single speaker next to it.

The Note20 offers a 6.7-inch screen, and the device measures 161.8 x 75.3 x 8.5 mm, slightly thicker than the Note 10.

The S20 TE will only be available to "select IT channel partners", meaning everyday consumers wont be able to get their hands on it. But now a detail appeared that could possibly upset the fans, because it affects the battery capacity of the two Note models, which are said to be significantly lower than the Galaxy S20 Ultra. However, it touts a much larger display than we were previously led to believe the Note 20 would carry.

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