Even with a little more than two days until its launch, the Galaxy Note 20 family remains a constant target of leaks. After it has been confirmed that the devices will arrive equipped with the same Exynos 990 from the Galaxy S20 family, and having its design once again reinforced by accessories, the latest news is that Samsung’s new series of flagships should bring the technology on board. Ultra-Wide Band.
According to the leaker SaudiAndroid, the resource, which should be disclosed by the company as UWB, should be used for transferring files at very high speeds thanks to the high-frequency chip equipped by the company. The information was reinforced by certifications found by the XDA Developers website, which indicate use of the 8250MHz band.
Exclusive: Samsung will launch a new technology competing with NFC technology called UWP to transfer files at a very high speed .. It appears for the first time with Note 20 and will be available to several companies later.#GalaxyNote20Ultra #GalaxyNote20 pic.twitter.com/z2HTXkbiwb
— سعودي اندرويد (@SaudiAndroid) August 2, 2020
The UWB technology should work in a similar way to that found on the iPhone 11 AirDrop, being able to understand the position of the phone with a high level of accuracy, even indoors, and allow files to be transferred to other compatible devices just by pointing the smartphone at they.
It is not yet known, however, whether the novelty will be available in the entire Note 20 family, or only on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Anyway, there is not much left to have more official details, with the launch of the devices happening this Wednesday, August 5th.