Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series reportedly launching on August 5

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"This is the same charger that comes bundled with Samsung's other high-end and mid-range smartphones, including the Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 10 series, and the Galaxy A71", reports SamMobile.

A few days ago, Samsung Russia accidentally leaked an image of the upcoming phone on its website.

The current info is that the Galaxy Watch3 will be unveiled at the Samsung Unpacked event on August 5 that will bring the new Galaxy Note20 phones as well as the two new foldables.

Moving forward, we'll nearly certainly now specs and indicative pricing before the device is available.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series reportedly launching on August 5
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series reportedly launching on August 5

The leak comes from known tipster Ice Universe. The Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to offer three handsets - Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ and Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. To date, rumours have suggested that the phone's display will measure in at 7.59-inches, will utilise Samsung's Dynamic AMOLED display technology, and even include a 120Hz refresh rate. YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo has posted some real-life images of the black version of the Note 20 Ultra, showing it from all sides. In one of the photos, you can clearly see that one of the cameras on the back has a periscope lens.

Last but not least is the camera arrangement, which leaves room for multiple sensors, while its surround also plays host to what is thought to be an external display, likely to function in a similar fashion to that of the Z Flip's - relaying notification information, the time and potentially service as a viewfinder for the camera when the phone is closed.

Finally, a recent report in Korean's ETnews says that the Note 20 series will launch on August 5, with the phone becoming available in Korea on August 21.

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