There may not be a big stage performance and larger-than-life video screens, but Samsung on Wednesday will announce the latest member of its premium smartphone lineup: the Galaxy Note 20.
Samsungâ€™s second flagship of the year is traditionally targeted to productivity-minded users, and this year appears to bring more of the same, with big screens, big cameras, and of course, an S Pen on board. Hereâ€™s everything we think we know about Samsungâ€™s next flagship, which will reportedly come in two sizes, the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
Design and display
The Galaxy Note has always had a boxier design than the Galaxy S. This yearâ€™s model appears to continue the tradition, with a design that closely mirrors last yearâ€™s model, according to Twitter leaker extraordinaire Evan Blass. That means the front is nearly all display, with tiny bezels and squared corners. Numerous rumors peg the two phones at 6.7 inches and 6.9 inches diagonally, the same dimensions as the S20+ and S20 Ultra.