The Launch Of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Remains Unaffected Despite The Global Pandemic
The Coronavirus outbreak has caused disruption to all usual schedules around the world. Businesses have shut, factories have shuttered down, and production process has been put on hold. The whole world is stuck in their home. In the tech world, most of the smartphone launches have been postponed. However, a report reveals that despite the Coronavirus outbreak, Samsung’s next flagship launch event may still be on schedule. If rumours are to be believed, Samsung is already prepping for the Galaxy Note 20 launch which usually happens in August every year and may be able to host the event as early as July this time.
An insider was quoted in the report saying that the preparations for the launch event are underway and that there will be no delay. However, the source said that Samsung is factoring in the possibility of hosting the event online.
As per industry sources, Samsung has begun preparations to announce the Galaxy Fold 2 and Galaxy Note 20 in August as is tradition. But it’s currently unclear whether Samsung will host an actual on-ground event or will opt for an online event for the unveiling of its high-end Galaxy smartphones.
As for the specifications, Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ 5G was recently seen on Geekbench, which hinted that the smartphone will be powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ chipset, along with an 8 GB RAM. Another report earlier this year also claimed that the Galaxy Note 20 series will featurea a waterfall display.