The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series is predicted to come with 16GB of RAM. This device will only slide in two versions, namely Standard and Plus.
Samsung is predicted to launch the Galaxy Note 20 Series in the second half of the year. At the same time, the South Korean company reportedly will also launch the Galaxy Fold 2 which has been only a rumor. Well, the latest news mentions that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series will come with 16GB of RAM.
To date, the only Samsung smartphone with 16GB of RAM is the Galaxy S20 Ultra. But in the second half of this year, all Galaxy Note 20 Series devices will use the least 16GB of RAM.
This was revealed in a question and answer session with Ross Young, CEO of DSCC (Display Supply Chain Consultants). In the session, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is predicted to glide in two models, namely 4G and 5G. The same thing has actually happened when Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S20 Series.
Reported from Gizmochina (16/5), in the session it is not explained further whether the second series of the Galaxy Note 20 will be present with 16GB of RAM. This can happen, the reason Samsung is already producing LPDDR5 16GB RAM at the end of last February. It is almost certain that the company will embed the RAM in its flagship product this year.
In addition, Samsung was previously rumored to only launch two versions of the Galaxy Note 20, namely the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Plus. The Ultra version doesn’t seem to be present in the product this time.
The two Galaxy Note 20 Series were allegedly strong would have a screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. The Galaxy Note 20 is predicted to use a 4000mAh battery, while the Plus version will use a larger battery, ranging from 4500-5000 mAh.