The Samsung Galaxy Note20 series rumored to arrive on August 5 has been certified by NFC Forum, taking it a step closer to the launch.
Two models are listed on NFC Forum's website - SM-981U and SM-986U believed to be the Galaxy Note20 and Note20+, respectively. However, it's unclear whether SM-986U is the Note20+ because it was listed on Bluetooth SIG's site as the Note20 Ultra.
The listings on NFC Forum's website don't include any specifications of the two smartphones, but SM-986U was spotted on Geekbench back in April with Android 10, 8GB RAM and what's believed to be the unannounced Snapdragon 865+ SoC.
The SM-986U was recently put through HTML5 Test and the results revealed the smartphone will pack a 19.3:9 display of 3096x1444-pixel resolution. The screen is rumored to have a refresh rate of 120Hz.
We should hear more about the Note20 lineup in the coming weeks and will hopefully have more clarity on whether SM-986U is the Note20+ or the Note20 Ultra.
Easy, just make face unlock a premium feature. They want you to buy the most expensive phone, right?