We’re barely days away from Samsung’s second Unpacked Event for the year. Scheduled for August 5, this will be Samsung’s first major launch event. At the event, Samsung is expected to make some major announcements, and also finally take the lid of the much anticipated Galaxy Note 20 series and Galaxy Fold 2 smartphones.
While both the phone announcements will be quite interesting, it is arguably the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 20 series that is being been more eagerly awaited. Samsung’s upcoming phones are expected to deliver bigger screens, more advanced panels with support for 120Hz refresh rate, industry-leading cameras, and flagship-grade performance. Ahead of the launch, here’s everything we know about the Galaxy Note 20 so far.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20: Expected price
Although there hasn’t been any official word on the pricing yet, a look at how Samsung usually prices its Galaxy Note series devices would reveal that the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra phones won’t come cheap. The pricing could start at close to $999 and go much over the $1200 mark for the top-end variants.
There have also been leaks about the pricing of the device. One of which claims the Galaxy Note 20 could be much more expensive than its predecessors. This is according to Twitter user @Ricciolo1 who claims the “Note 20 series will be the most expensive Note ever.” However, other leaks from having claimed that Note 20 will actually retail at a slightly lower price than last year’s Note 10.
Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
While initially there were suggestions that the Galaxy Note 20 series could bring with itself three new phones — the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Plus and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra — latest reports have suggested that there will only be two new Galaxy Note smartphones.