Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series could be getting a high-end Ultra variant
When Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series earlier this year, it came with a new Ultra variant that wasn't available in the S10 series. Many thought that the Galaxy Note 20 series would get the same treatment and recent reveals seem to confirm that. Some sources point towards the existence of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, so we can expect to see it at the launch in August 2020.
According to MySmartPrice, a Bluetooth SIG certification recently uncovered indicates that the device is real. In the certification, a Samsung device with product ID SM-N986U was identified as the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This could mean that the Galaxy Note 20 series will debut in three variants this year, though some say that it could still be just two variants - the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
It's interesting to note that the SM-N986U ID corresponds to a Geekbench result spotted back in April. If we assume it's the same device, then that means the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra could have a Snapdragon 865+ chipset and at least 8GB of RAM. Also, since the Galaxy Note 20+ is rumoured to not come with the 100x zoom available in the Galaxy S20 Ultra, it could mean that the feature is reserved for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
While the Bluetooth certification listing sounds legit, there's still no official confirmation from Samsung so do take the news with a grain of salt. With that said, would you be interested in getting the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra if it's real? Let us know on our Facebook page and stay tuned to TechNave.com for further updates on this.