- Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 has appeared on the FCC’s website.
- The listing confirms its chipset and some other features.
Samsung is expected to launch three new phones in the Galaxy Note 20 series on August 5. These include the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Plus, and Note 20 Ultra. We’ve heard a lot about the upcoming phones through various leaks and have also seen images of the larger Note 20 Ultra courtesy of a goof-up at Samsung’s end. But today’s news comes from an official FCC listing of the Galaxy Note 20 Plus.
The Federal Communications Commission is usually the last stop before a smartphone launches in the US. The Galaxy Note 20 Plus is said to carry the model number SM-N986U which has now been spotted on the FCC’s website (h/t MySmartPrice), indicating its imminent launch.
According to the FCC documents, the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will feature the Snapdragon 865 chipset and will be a 5G-capable handset. No surprises there. The listing also confirms wireless charging on the upcoming phone which was also a given since Samsung has been using the feature on all its Note series phones since the Galaxy Note 5.
Apart from this, the FCC documents show that an S Pen will come bundled with the Galaxy Note 20 Plus. A new LED View Cover for the phone has also been spotted on the certification authority’s website.
Other than that, we expect the phone to feature an IP68 rating, at least 12GB RAM, 256GB internal storage, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and a multi-sensor camera setup. You can read all about Samsung’s new flagship series in our dedicated Galaxy Note 20 rumor hub.