The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will reportedly be unveiled in early August, according to reliable leaker Ice Universe.
August 5, TheNextGalaxy
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 5, 2020
Samsung has historically announced new Galaxy Note flagship smartphones at a Galaxy Unpacked event in early August, and with Ice Universe’s claim, it appears that the company remains on track despite the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The event is also expected to be an online-only affair, similar to how Apple staged this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
The leaker also took a stab at predicting the price tag of the Galaxy Note 20 and its larger version, which will reportedly be named the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Predict the price of the Galaxy Note20 series:
Note20 Ultra, $1299
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 4, 2020
Samsung recently accidentally released a render of the Galaxy Note 20 on its Ukrainian official website, providing the best look at the smartphone yet in its Mystic Bronze color option. The image, which has since been removed, reveals three camera sensors at the back of the device housed in a large camera bump, alongside an S Pen stylus.
Next Samsung Unpacked event
At the upcoming event, Samsung is also expected to unveil the Galaxy Fold 2, which is rumored to cost and weigh a bit less than its predecessor. A cheaper version of the folding smartphone, the Galaxy Fold Lite with a $900 price tag, was said to be initially planned to appear at the event, but was postponed to 2021.
Samsung will also reportedly announce the Galaxy Watch 3 at the event. Leaked images revealed that the Galaxy Watch 3 will look mostly the same as the Galaxy S2, and will hopefully bring back the rotating bezel.
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