On February 12, 2020, Samsung officially launched the Galaxy S20 trio | S20 + | S20 Ultra with many powerful upgrades in design, hardware and camera.

It seems that at present, Samsung is in the process of researching and developing the next generation of the expected Galaxy Note series known as Galaxy Note 20 series. Recently, a model in the Galaxy Note 20 series has appeared on Geekbench.

Accordingly, MySmartPrice has discovered a model with the code SM-N986U and this is the expected model called Galaxy Note 20+ 5G. The device will have such a name because last night, writer Max Weinbach of XDA Developers posted a tweet saying there were four software versions for this model:

In the Geekbench test, it is possible that the device will run on Android 10 with OneUI 2.1 similar to the Galaxy S20 series. The Galaxy Note 20+ will be powered by an 8-core Snapdragon 865 chip with a speed of 1.80 GHz and 8GB of RAM. However, there will certainly be other RAM variants upon launch.

And of course, Galaxy Note 20+ and Galaxy Note 20 series in general still support 5G network. The rest of the specs such as screens and cameras are still unknown.

Currently, this is the little information we have about the Galaxy Note 20+ 5G model and we're sure to have more information in the future.


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