The Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra have received certification with Thailand's NBTC authority. The devices carry model numbers SM-N980F/N985F and are both 4G.
The certification doesn't in and of itself reveal any prudent information about Samsung's upcoming flagship devices, but it does confirm that Samsung will only release two Galaxy Note20 models - the smaller Galaxy Note20 and the larger Galaxy Note20 Ultra. No Galaxy Note20+.
Samsung Galaxy Note20/Note20 Ultra certification, source: @yabhishekhd
We're not sure yet of the differences between the two models, but we expect the periscope camera to be exclusive to the Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
Samsung will hold an Unpacked event on August 5 at which it will announce the Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra, and we're also expecting the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Galaxy Tab S7/S7+, Galaxy Watch3 and Galaxy Buds Live.
"No mention of the Galaxy Note20+ seemingly confirms two model strategy." Definitely prefer this kind of strategy. Either you want function or power, that's it. Nothing in between.
Seen a possible rumor from Ice Universe and a word from Android Authority that it might retain Exynos 990. Underwhelming specs for an expensive phone. Large RAM capacity is a marketing trick for consumers.
It’s an over clocked snapdragon 865 and still 7nm lol.