It’s been a while since Samsung debuted the all-new Samsung Galaxy S20 series that put forward the vision the Korean company had for the next decade. Now, if a new report is to be believed, we’ll be seeing the launch of the next products that envelop this vision – the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series – on August 5.
The new report comes from credible tipster @UniverseIce who has given accurate reports on upcoming Samsung devices in the past. According to him, the launch event will take place on August 5. This corroborates with a previous report by Jon Prosser.
Apart from the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, we’re also expected to see a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G. While initial rumours suggested the launch of a “Galaxy Fold Lite”, a new report suggests that the launch might have been pushed to 2021 now.
Apart from phones, we might even see Samsung announce the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 and the next-gen, bean-shaped truly wireless earbuds.
Coming back to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, Samsung is expected to announce two models like it did last year. The more-expensive “Note 20 Ultra” is expected to have a similar camera array as the S20 Ultra but will have an upgraded 120Hz LTPO display that will lead to better power efficiency.
We recently even got an official first look at what is rumoured to be the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 Ultra when Samsung’s Russian arm posted renders of the phone on its Galaxy Note 10 page. Coloured in metallic brown, the phone looked every bit gorgeous.
UniverseIce even had a go on the pricing of the upcoming phones and said the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra might cost $1,299 while the lower-end Samsung Galaxy Note 20 might cost $999. While the Note 20 Ultra, at $1,299, will be undoubtedly expensive, it’ll still be cheaper than the launch price of $1,399 of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Although all said and done, it’s best to take this information with a pinch of salt. If the event is actually taking place on August 5, it won’t be too long before Samsung starts sending out invites for the event that is expected to be online-only, thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak.