Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ spotted on 3C certification site

Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ spotted on 3C certification site

Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ is one of the most anticipated smartphones that should hit the market in the next few months. The MyDrivers resource found some very interesting data regarding this upcoming flagship on the Chinese 3C certification site.

A 3C certificate indicates that the smartphone will receive a medium capacity battery. We are talking about an estimated 4370 mAh, that is, the nominal declared charging capacity can be about 4500 mAh. If this is true, then the larger Galaxy Note 20+ smartphone will be equipped with a relatively high-speed battery, because the Galaxy S20 + can boast an indicator of 5000 mAh. But when compared with the Galaxy S20 Ultra, then we are talking about parity.

Earlier this week, Galaxy Note 20+ rendered leaked to the Web. On them, the smartphone is presented in a design very similar to the Galaxy S20 series. The device is distinguished by a cutout for the front camera at the top of the screen in the center, a metal frame, a glass back cover and a rectangular block of cameras. The only significant difference is the hole in the bottom of the Note 20+ for the S Pen digital pen, in the corporate style of the Note series.

Other design elements include a flat screen and ultra-thin bezels around it. Meanwhile, a four-module camera, including a periscope telephoto lens, will be located behind. Samsung has reportedly abandoned the 108-megapixel sensor and will not offer 100x digital zoom.

In terms of technical specifications, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ will be equipped with the latest single-chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 or Samsung Exynos 992 (depending on the market) and 16 GB of RAM. The dimensions of the smartphone will be 161.8 × 75.3 × 8.5 mm, so that it will be slightly thicker than the Galaxy Note 10. The diagonal of the screen promises to be 6.7-inch. Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ will be launched as part of an online conference in July or August.

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