Samsung is expected to unveil the next-generation Galaxy Note and Galaxy Fold series in August 2020. Multiple Galaxy Note 20 features have been leaked and rumored so far, including its battery size, cameras, and processor. Now, two more features have been confirmed, thanks to the Galaxy Note 20+'s CCC certification documents.
A variant of the Galaxy Note 20+ (SM-N9860) has passed through the CCC (China Compulsory Certificate) certification process, revealing support for 5G networks and 25W (9V/2.77A PD or 11V/2.25A PPS) fast wired charging. The phone's charging was tested using Samsung's EP-TA800 charger, which supports USB-PD and PPS.
The Galaxy Note 20+ is rumored to feature a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O display with an LTPO panel, QHD+ resolution, and 120Hz refresh rate. The phone is expected to launch with Android 10 and One UI 2. Rumors claim that the Galaxy Note 20 series will use the Exynos 992 chipset (or the Snapdragon 865) with improved performance and power efficiency.
While the phone is rumored to come with a triple-camera setup, consisting of a 108MP primary sensor and a periscope-style optical zoom lens, it reportedly lacks 100x Space Zoom. It will come packed with a 4,500mAh battery, Samsung's second-generation security chip, and a better ultrasonic fingerprint reader.