By now, it’s clear that the Galaxy Note 20 will be available in both 5G and LTE-only models, with the 4G version seemingly heading for the global market and sporting Exynos processors, rather than the US carriers.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 display size and dimensions
Given that the Note 20 was rumored to arrive with a 6.4″ screen, this size doesn’t really indicate a more refined design, with the top and bottom bezels shaved off additionally from the already slim ones on the 2019 Note models. Now, however, the FCC lists the Note 20 as having a “166mm” display diagonal, or about 6.53″ display which is a tad larger one that rumored so far.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 battery and charging speeds
The phone will still come with Samsung’s tried and true 18W EP-TA800 power adapter for charging that is sufficiently fast, while the Note 20 Ultra 5G is revealed by the FCC to arrive with the newer 25W charger of Samsung.
- Galaxy Note 20 display specs: 6.53″ 2345 x 1084, 404 PPI, 19.5:9 aspect ratio, 60Hz LTPS, 161mm x 75.2mm dimensions
- Galaxy Note 20 battery capacity: 4300mAh, 18W charging
- Galaxy Note 20 Plus display specs: 6.87″ 3096 x 1444, 497 PPI, 19.3:9 aspect ratio, 120Hz with LTPO refresh rate
- Galaxy Note 20 Plus battery capacity: 4500mAh, 25W charging