Samsung plans to redesign the display pattern for its upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 20 series. The tipster Ice Universe reports that the series will induct a flatter display instead of the curved screens. This is a most awaited change, as many S Pen users are enthusiastic about it. This might ease the S Pen uses on flatter screens as compared to the edged display. Also, the tipster mentions that the Galaxy Note 20 series will be officially launched on 5th August.
The upcoming series may offer pretty higher specs like a faster processor, upgraded battery, and the redesigned display. However, there are no details on whether the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra model will feature a flatter screen or the curved. We have to take this information with the grain of salt as there are no details about whether Samsung will introduce this strategic change to the whole series or not. Obviously the flatter display will be more convenient for the S Pen users and it might ease the pattern of their use.
Earlier we have seen that Samsung is keen to introduce the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra edition in the lineup. Samsung shifted to the Ultra branding edition from this year’s flagship Galaxy S20 series. Probably, the driving force behind incorporating the flatter screen on Galaxy Note 20 lineup is the request from Note series fans. They were requesting for a long time for the flatter display. Predecessor lineup has the curved screen on board and now the company is reconsidering the flatter display for optimum user experience.
Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 may sport 6.67 inches display and powered with Exynos 992 processor. Also, it will have an upgraded battery capacity and other features. The most interesting aspect of the upcoming lineup is the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G model. Obviously the device will be equipped with more powerful specs compared to the rest lineup. Although the series is expected to officially available from 5th August, we should wait for further information about the smartphone series.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.