Less than two weeks before Samsung’s next keynote, the Galaxy Note 20 Lite has a new leak that gives us almost all of its characteristics. Apparently, this cheaper variant of the next flagship of the South Korean firm will have a 60 Hz screen.
Samsung is preparing to unveil several products. For those who don’t yet know, the Asian tech giant will be holding an Unpacked conference on August 5. And the Galaxy Note 20 will obviously be the star of this event.
While the month of July will soon come to an end to leave us then only a few days before discovering the official characteristics of the terminals of the new Galaxy Note series, the configuration of the basic version has just leaked on the web.
Speaking of which, we can say that this variant of the Galaxy Note 20 is far from performing.
A banal screen for the entry-level model?
Unlike most current flagships that adopt screens showing a high refresh rate, that is to say, greater than or equal to 90 Hz, the base Galaxy Note 20 should be satisfied with a Super AMOLED panel offering a high refresh rate. 60 Hz. Samsung is also planning to offer an FHD + resolution (2400 x 1080p).
Regarding the diagonal of the display, it would be 6.7 inches.
A size that does not surprise us too much given the positioning of the Galaxy Note range.
In addition to this information concerning the graphics, the leak advances support for 4G and 5G standards (depending on the version). We will also highlight the fact that despite its metal frame, the Galaxy Note 20 Lite has a plastic back. A choice that may upset consumers, especially since the phone does not include a micro SD card slot or a jack! On the other hand, Samsung would offer two slots for SIM card.