Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra has passed FCC certification and confirmed to be equipped with Snapdragon 865+
Samsung will hold its new Unpacked product launch event on August 5, as planned. According to the MSPoweruser report published in foreign media, Samsung may announce up to 5 new devices at this event, of which the most interesting is the Galaxy Note 20. The series will include three mobile phones with different cup sizes: Galaxy Note20, Note20 +, and Note20 Ultra.
The highest performing Note20 Ultra has recently been certified by the US FC. The Galaxy Note20 and Note20 + phones have also been certified for a long time. It can be seen that some of the new machine parameters are mostly in line with the auditory configuration.
FCC certification documents show the Galaxy Note20 Ultra is codenamed SM-N986U and is confirmed to be powered by a Snapdragon 865+ processor and Qualcomm X55M modem. At the same time, you can also see that the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will support wireless charging. Make sure your random accessories have S Pen and LED View Cover.
The Note20 Ultra is rumored to feature a 6.9-inch QHD + 120Hz display, under-screen ultrasonic fingerprint recognition support, dual stereo speakers, additional 12/16 GB RAM, and 128/256/512 GB ROM, and support for memory card expansion.
In terms of imaging, the Note20 Ultra should be a 108MP triple-camera combo with a 12MP 13MP ultra-wide-angle 5x telephoto camera, and the top version could also include a ToF camera. Otherwise, the Note20 Ultra assumes a 4,500mAh built-in battery with a standard 25W charger.
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