Samsung Galaxy Note 20 new details: Camera and S Pen details | Korean Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to come with Snapdragon SoC | New renders and cases

Samsung is launching the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series at Samsung’s first-ever online Unpacked event on August 5. Before the official launch, we have new details about the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series.

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Camera and S Pen details:

According to the new information, the Galaxy Note 20 users will be able to record audio via Samsung Buds Live while using Pro Video Modd, which would act as a lapel mike. This feature will be part of Omni mode, which lets you use the different microphones for recording.

Walking Cat reconfirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra featuring 8K video resolution and up to 120 fps video recording.

In addition to the camera, we have information related to the Galaxy Note 20 S Pen. You will write like a real pen on paper, precise and accurate sketching, and comfortable experience. It also has 9 ms latency for a smooth writing experience.

Korean Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to come with Snapdragon SoC:

After the Exynos variant of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the Snapdragon variant of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has appeared on the Geekbench benchmark. Surprisingly, the listing isn’t for the US and China variant, but it is for the South Korean variant.

According to the benchmark, a device with model number SM-N986N, which is Samsun Galaxy Note 20 Ultra running Snapdragon chipset, has spotted on the Geekbench. It means the Korean buyers will now get the Snapdragon (865+) chipset instead of the Exynos (990) chipset.

In the Geekbench single-core and multi-core tests, the Snapdragon 865+variant of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra performs better than the Exynos 990 variant.

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New renders and cases:

Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra will be announced next week and we already have its accessories. A set of official cases have now surfaced online, courtesy of Roland Quandt. You can check all the official cases below:

In addition to cases, we also have a new render of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Note 20 together, showing us the back of the upcoming Note devices, thanks to @evleaks.

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