Samsung is reported to hold a new hardware launch event around August 5, 2020. The event will be a pretty significant one considering the upcoming devices from the company. Because according to some unofficial sources many information about the upcoming gadgets is available in the leaks. At this point in time, we know about a few technical specifications of the phone along with the color variants. The upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 5G and Note 20+ has a lot to offer us.
According to the usually reliable tipster Ishan Agarwal on Twitter, the Galaxy Note 20 5G phone is coming in gray, green, and copper shades, while the more expensive Plus or Ultra model will be available in white, black and copper.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and Note 20+ leaks!
These leaked pieces of information match up with the rumors we heard back in May, the leaks were confirmed by another well-respected leaker, John Prosser – he says that the green color will actually be mint green, but that the information is otherwise all correct.
Note 20 colors:
Z Flip 5G colors:
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) June 13, 2020
The Galaxy Z Flip will be available in the new black gradient and purple color. The new phones will be featuring state of the art architecture and design. Note 20+ even features a new periscope camera that will provide you with high-quality zooming. The company will also launch the all-new One UI 2.5 which is an improved version of the Android OS.
The #Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G will probably launch around or after the Note 20 Series because it will have One UI 2.5. Model number: SM-F707B/U/0/N & Code name: Bloom-X. Specs similar to 4G Model.
Code name: C1= Galaxy Note20 5G, SM-N981
C2= Galaxy Note20+/Ultra 5G, SM-N986
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) June 5, 2020
The Galaxy Z Flip will provide 5G connectivity along with introducing the world’s fastest chipset, Qualcomm 865. The phone will also show an upgraded version of their signature triple-lens rear camera. This August the company might even launch the newly updated Galaxy Watch.
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