The Galaxy Note 20 could be launched in August of this year in an online event, according to sources in the Korea Herald, an influential publication in South Korea. According to the newspaper, Samsung plans to hold an online event to present the new line.
According to Mashable, the Galaxy Note 20 may be the first cell phone in the series to be presented without a conventional event, which will work exclusively online. The reason for the change, however, is noble: the company’s objective would be to avoid agglomerations, which act as a vector for the proliferation of coronavirus.
The speculation brought by the Korea Herald does not include a precise date for the launch of the Galaxy Note 20 line. If the South Korean company follows its standards, the tendency is for the devices to be revealed in the first week of the month. Note 10 and Note 10+, for example, were unveiled on August 7, 2019, during an event in New York.
According to the Korea Herald, the leak of the event date has not yet happened because Samsung has not decided when to make the presentation. According to the publication, the company is targeting the month of August, but may change the arrival date of the cell phone depending on the progress of the coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to revealing the Galaxy Note 20, Samsung should present at the event the Note 20+ version of the device, with some more powerful specifications. According to rumors, the cell phone line should arrive with the new Exynos 992 processor, in addition to the Snapdragon 865, 120 Hz screen and 108 MP sensor camera system.
The Samsung event could also be the stage for the revelation of the new Galaxy Fold 2, top-of-the-line foldable that has appeared in several leaks.