Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series Received NFC Certification


The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is rumored to arrive on August 5. Information about the new Note series, which will be introduced online for the first time in its history, has begun to be shared. Samsung received a certificate to use NFC technology in its new devices, which enables contactless data exchange in the near area.

SM-981U, considered to be Note 20 in the certification information shared by NFC ForumThe code name and the requirements for the SM-986U, which are considered to be Note 20+, were specified. Two other smartphones were spotted in the Geekbench synthetic test last April, while other technical details about the devices were not found in the shared document. Phones that seem to come with one of the best processors of today, Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 865+, will have 8-12GB RAM options.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ model, which will be the upper segment device of the series; In Geekbench 5.1 test, it managed to score 985 in single-core and 3220 in multi-core. This score increases by 5% compared to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, one of the most powerful devices on the Samsung side. Another detail we know about the device comes from the HTML5 test that appeared recently.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series NFC Certification

The screen refresh rate, which is very important for today’s esports players, will be 120Hz on the Note 20+ model. The smartphone, which appears to be a long device in vertical use with a 19: 3: 9 aspect ratio, is 3096 × 1444 pixels have the resolution.

Striving to stand out in premium segment mobile phones, Samsung attaches great importance to hardware in its new series. It is expected to introduce the Note 20 series and Galaxy Fold 2 models in the “Unpacked” event, which is claimed to be held online on August 5.

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