We’ve been hearing leaks regarding Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series for a while now, and we’ve got some new updated information this time around. However, this is less so a leak and more so official documentation. First reported by MyFixGuide, Samsung have submitted the Galaxy Note 20 Plus for China’s Compulsory Certificate mark (CCC) which confirms various aspects of the phone like the model number, connectivity and charge capabilities.
From the CCC documentation, we now know the model number of the Galaxy Note 20 Plus to be SM-N986, and the device will (unsurprisingly) come with 5G connectivity along with 25W and 45W fast charging. 45W charging seems to be maximum the phone will be capable of. This essentially hints at the phone will be capable of 45W charging, but we’re probably going to see a 25W fast charger out the box.
While 45W fast charging isn’t revolutionary or exactly brand new, it’s still a solid speed. Other sources have indicated the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus to feature a 6.87-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a 2K+ resolution with a centered punch-hole camera cutout. The display is also rumoured to be capable of a 120Hz refresh rate.
On the inside, Samsung’s latest Note 20+ will be equipped with the latest Snapdragon 865, and have a 4500mAh battery. We also got a look at the supposed design awhile ago, and the camera cutout array on the rear. The setup will reportedly house a 108MP main camera sensor with accompanying super-wide angle lens, periscope telephoto lens and ToF lens. Of course, we also received word that the Galaxy Note 20 lineup will be missing the 100x Space Zoom feature, so we can expect those changes for the phone’s camera hardware.