Galaxy Note 20+ Gets 3C Approval, Reveals 5G & 25W Fast Charging

Galaxy Note 20+ release date is coming near as the device has received another certification in China. It has approved by China’s 3C or Cumpulsary Certificate of China, which was a crucial part of the launch of it in the country. This week, 3C has approved the upcoming Galaxy Watch, so the chances are both devices will get unpacked in the same event. The certification page for Galaxy Note 20 Plus has also revealed key features of the smartphones. The first is it will support super-fast 5G internet technology that Galaxy S20, Note 10 & Galaxy S10 5G models have.

For the faster charging, the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will have 25W fast charging support. It will help customers to fill up most fo the battery to run through a long day. Both features are not rumors and clearly mentioned on the 3C page so that users will get them. As per the previous suggestions, the Note 20 Plus model will get a smoother ride on 120Hz refresh rate display, and the Note will have 90Hz support. The device will carry a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O-Display and maybe more prominent in the industry for any flagship smartphones.

Galaxy Note 20+

For the power efficiency and faster performance, both models will get Exynos 992 chipset and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. The Indian and most Asian countries will get the Exynos model, and the European and the US users will get the Qualcomm model. The camera will be 108MP on both versions but without a 100x zoom function and the improved fingerprint scanner. The launch date is in August, and in the same event, Samsung will unveil Galaxy Fold 2 & next Galaxy Watch.