The latest information from the Sam mobile suggests that the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 will come with a bigger battery unit than its predecessor. Last year Galaxy Note 10 was launched with a 3500mAh battery, while the leak suggests a bigger 4000mAh battery unit in Galaxy Note 20.
Another dutch blog Galaxy Club, claims that Note 20 battery part marking model code - EB-BN980ABY has a rated capacity of 3880mAh, same as that in Samsung S20, which again confirms the presence of a bigger 4000mAh unit inside Note 20.
Meanwhile, Samsung Note 20 is scheduled to be launch in August and will debut with all those bleeding specifications you see in a typical Samsung flagship, but with the addition of a stylus. Note 20 will come with a Snapdragon 865 chipset paired with an 8GB of RAM in the lower variant, with Note 20 plus to have at least 12GB of RAM in its base variant.
Design-wise Note 20 will feature a flatter corner as compared to the s-series that Samsung likes to keep in reserve for its Note series. The latest tweet from Roland Quandit with leaked images of Note20 back cover has tipped us with what we can expect from the upcoming handset. As image leaks suggest, Note 20 will likely feature the same camera module as in Samsung S20 series with Note 20 plus opting for a better S20 Ultra camera setup.
Despite the on-going COVID-19 epidemic, Samsung will launch its Note series somewhere in August. The price of these smartphones is likely to start at 1000$, which roughly translates to 72,000INR for the vanilla variant, while the top of the line Note 20+ could cost up to 1500$.