Samsung is likely to launch Galaxy Note 20 series along with a successor to the Samsung Galaxy Fold in a major virtual Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled to be held on August 5. Samsung confirmed in a post that an online livestream will see the debut of its next smartphone, currently expected to be the Galaxy Note 20 series.

The Galaxy Fold 2 is also expected to be unveiled at the event. But due to pandemic, it will not be made available until late September or October. At the launch event, too, we’re expecting more than just the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. Alongside that device, we are likely to see a refreshed Galaxy Tab S lineup and more.

According to a report published by News 18, it is believed that this year’s Galaxy Note will include a 120Hz display, offer 8GB and 12GB RAM variants and as much as 512GB storage options. Samsung also believes in expandable storage, so that could perhaps be an option as well.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor is expected to power this in most countries, though we still don't know if there will be an Exynos variant as well for markets such as India. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra could also be launched, and may perhaps sport the 108-megapixel camera, much like how Samsung defined the Galaxy S20 series earlier this year.

Posted By: Tushar Kumar Laleria