So details regarding Samsung’s next Note are starting to come out frequently even though they have just started shipping the Galaxy S20 Ultra to consumers. The first bit of information is coming from the one and only Ice universe that says that the Galaxy Note 20’s hardware specification will not be changed compared to the Galaxy S20 series, including the cameras.
So basically he’s saying the Galaxy Note 20 is going to be a Galaxy S20 with an S-Pen. Max Weinbach, who’s also very reputable agreed that basically everything is the same. The Galaxy Note 20 is indeed going to be an S20 with squared-off corners and an S-Pen. I guess we saw this coming.
Samsung offered huge upgrades on the Galaxy S20 Ultra in almost every department which includes the display, camera, processor and more. And I don’t think they have anything left to offer for the Galaxy Note this year, and if you remember I said in the last 150MP Note 20 video that the main focus on the Galaxy Note 20 is going to be the S-Pen which will see huge improvements and the Note 20 won’t have that 150MP camera sensor. So basically Ice and Max confirmed that.
Also, Max Winebach revealed some more internal details about the upcoming 2020 Samsung flagships. Project canvas is the internal code name for the Note 20 and Max says it’s going to come with the Snapdragon 865 processor.
This, of course, should come as no surprise though. Traditionally, the Galaxy Note of a year uses a similar processor as the earlier released Galaxy S device. But the interesting thing is there will be two Note 20 this year and both of them will have several processors. So right now I have no idea what that other processor is going to be. It’s likely Samsung might go Google’s route by offering an above midrange SoC to keep the prices down.
In any case, we will hear more about it and when it happens, I’ll surely keep you posted. Here’s some great news to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 owners. Samsung sent out a press release today to confirm that all of the best Galaxy S20 features will be released for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 through a software update at the end of this month.
So the features are going to be the Single take which is a camera feature that can capture a mix of ten photos and four videos so you can choose which ones you’d want to keep and share, instead of having to decide whether to take a photo or record a video of the moment. Pro mode for video which will let you control things such as ISO, shutter speed, exposure and more for videos which in my opinion is going to be very helpful.
Other features include Quick share which is an Airdrop alternative offered in the world of Apple. Also, there’s going to be a Quick crop that will let you easily cut images exactly to the size you want. And finally, Music Share that will enable you to share your phone’s Bluetooth connection to a speaker so that you don’t have to disconnect before your friends can play music.
Like I’ve said, Samsung will roll out an update at the end of this month, so it’s worth keeping an eye on that if you have 2019 Samsung flagships. Of course, with that being said, I got my Galaxy S20 Ultra yesterday, and I’ll share some thoughts tomorrow. In the meantime if you have anything to ask about the handset, please do it in the comments below, maybe I’ll feature some of them tomorrow and as always I’ll see you tomorrow…Peace out!