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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are the most anticipated Android phones of the year 2020





The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are the most anticipated Android phones of the year and for a good reason. Based on the leaks and rumors we've seen about the handset Samsung is poised to deliver some of the best big phones yet. Now, a few days ago we learned that Samsung will keep an online-only event for the Galaxy Note 20's Unpacked event due to the ongoing crisis the world is suffering from. It's the first time the Unpacked event will be held online but that won't affect us because we're going to watch it on you tube anyway.

 Now, Ice Universe is back again to reveal the exact date Samsung is planning the unpacked event. He also revealed that Samsung will launch a plethora of Galaxy devices alongside the Galaxy Note 20. First up, according to Ice Universe, the unpacked will take place on August 5th which makes sense as the Galaxy Note 9 and Note 10 were launched in the first half of August too. Other Samsung devices would include the GalaxyFold 2 which is the sequel to Samsung's first foldable phone. That's expected to include a larger front display, improved cameras, a 120Hz main LTPO screen, a bigger outer display, and possibly the S Pen support. Also, Samsung will bring the competitor to the iPad Pro on around august 5, which is the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 Plus.

 Not only that, but the Galaxy Watch 2 could also be unveiled alongside the Note 20, which is rumored to bring back the rotating bezel, by the way. Samsung replaced this with a touch-sensitive solution on the Galaxy Watch Active 2, which disappointed some people. So the good news is they are bringing it back with the Watch 2.

Samsung will offer it in two sizes and will have military standard durability. ECG functionality should be on board too, as should GPS. Last but not least, the 5G version of the galaxy Z Flip will be unveiled at the unpacked event too. Here's some great news for people who are waiting for a true edge to edge full-screen display with under-display camera technology.

 

According to a well-known tipster on Weibo, there are several phones in the works with Qualcomm's flagship processor for 2021, the snapdragon 875 that also have the in-display selfie camera. Front-facing cameras that can seethrough smartphone display panels were theorized long before we thought it even possible to produce them but it seems we're finally getting there where we could have this technology in our hands and not just prototypes. The last time we heard Samsung is said to be considering whether or not to use it on the Galaxy S21. Nokia, however, thinks that the tech is ready for commercialization and they are bringing it with their flagship the Nokia 9.3 scheduled to launch in the second half of this year.

 

Oppo has a working prototype with an in-display camera and according to some people who had the chance to experience it first hand, the front camera image quality is good enough for most people which is to post it on social networking sites, people say it's more polished than what was initially expected which means we certainly won't have to wait long enough to see this in consumer devices. Of course, big players like Samsung will want to maximize camera quality before they bring it to the market. In any case, we're finally getting the in-display camera phones next year with Snapdragon 875 and the Galaxy S21 could be one of the first handsets to get this novel technology.

Release Date about Samsung Note 10 and Note 10 Ultra

 Samsung takes about 2 to 3 weeks to release the handset to the public and that's exactly what will happen with the Galaxy Note20 as well. Samsung will keep a two-week gap between the time the Galaxy Note 20 devices are unveiled to when they’re available in stores. Jon Prosser claims that the handset will be launched on August 5 and will go on sale on August 20. Interestingly Mark Gurman from Bloomberg says the handset will go on sale on August 21st and only the Note 20 will be released to the public whereas the Fold 2 and Z Flip 5G will be released at a later date which is possible because the original Galaxy Fold was launched alongside the Galaxy S10 but the went on sale months after what the S10 did. Speaking of the Galaxy Fold 2 here is a render based on the leaked information which suggests what the device might end up looking like.

 According to the latest information, the GalaxyFold 2 will not have the support for S-Pen as South Korean media reports that Samsung has decided against offering the S-Pen on the Fold 2 as it wasn’t able to make ultra-thin glass capable of being folded and withstanding pressure from the S-Pen. Samsung tried some alternatives such as making the display thicker at the sides and thinner at the center where it folds but industry insiders said that it isn't viable for now and that a foldable with an S-Pen has been pushed back to 2021. Not only that, but the display on the Fold2 will also be LTPS and not LTPO like the Galaxy Note 20.

If you don't know, LTPO display allows for variable refresh rate from 1Hz to 120Hz whereas with LTPS it's only 60Hz or 120Hz. Also, LTPS consumes more battery than LTPO. So these aren't great news if you are waiting for the Fold 2 but let's hope that Samsung keeps the price low to compensate for the loss of these features. Apple has been sued multiple times in the past from a lot of companies which also includes Samsung but nothing as crazy as this lawsuit. A Missouri man filed a lawsuit against Apple for 1 trillion dollars which is the approximate net worth of Apple.

The man claims that he went to the Apple Store to fix an issue with his smartphone. The store staff fixed the iPhone, but Parker claims they kept it by deceiving him knowing that it was the first phone to have new features, and instead provided a replacement iPhone.

The supposed "new features" seemingly includes the ability to circumvent certain startup screen options, as well as a nifty group Facetime-esque function. Not only that, but Parker claimed that his original phone was swapped out for an old one with factory settings that required him to reset passwords and download apps all over again. As for relief, the man wants $1 trillion from apple. I've seen a lot of crazy things in my life but this, right here, takes the cake. I'm wondering who's that lawyer crazy enough to take this case?


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