Will S Pen be the only difference between Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20?

The difference between the Galaxy S and the Galaxy Note series has been diminishing with each passing year. This year, the difference could be smaller than ever if some reports are to be believed. The only difference between the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy S20 could be the inclusion of the S Pen.

Ice Universe, who has a pretty decent track record when it comes to Samsung products, mentioned on Twitter that the Galaxy Note 20’s hardware specifications wouldn’t be significantly different from the Galaxy S20 series. Apparently, even the cameras on the two phones are configured in the same way. Max Weinbach went on to claim that the Galaxy Note 20 would just be a Galaxy S20 with an S Pen.

We had exclusively revealed three weeks ago that Samsung is developing the Galaxy Note 20 with 128GB of internal storage in the base variant. The upcoming Galaxy Note phone will reportedly feature a fine-tuned 120Hz screen refresh rate, which could point to either an adaptive refresh rate mode or a more power-efficient mechanism. Looking at Samsung’s track record, the Galaxy Note 20 series could debut with Android 11 and One UI 2.5.

The Galaxy Note 20 series phones could feature Super AMOLED Infinity-O screens, S Pen, Exynos 990/Snapdragon 865 processor, 8GB/12GB/16GB LPDDR5 RAM, 128GB/256GB/512GB eUFS 3.1 storage, a quad-camera setup (with 12MP or 108MP primary sensor), 8K video recording, 5G connectivity, stereo speakers, IP68 certification, Samsung Pay, up to 5000mAh battery, up to 45W fast wired charging, and wireless charging.

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