Just weeks after the unveiling of the Samsung S20 series, Samsung’s engineering team is already working on the next big thing… the Galaxy Note 20.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 was revealed to have the model number SM-N981 and is rumoured to have an onboard storage of 128GB. If this rumor has any fact to it, then it is a surprising move from Samsung, as the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are known to have 256GB of onboard storage.
This decision by Samsung to revert to 128GB for the Galaxy Note20 may be a good move, as this could mean that we would get to see the return of the microSD card slot, letting the Samsung Note 20 expand its general storage space.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is expected to be able to record 8K videos like the Galaxy S20. This means that the 128GB storage may not suffice and the presence of a microSD slot will come in handy.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is expected to have its own S Pen stylus and also support 5G connectivity. Presently, it is unclear if we would be seeing two devices with similar internals and different screen sizes like the Note 10, or if Samsung will adopt another strategy in the release of the Note 20.
The Samsung device is expected to be released in August 2020, which is still a long while from now, but we would patiently wait for its release, while also looking around for leaks regarding this device.