It’s just been a little over 10 days since the Samsung Galaxy S20 line-up released but here we are, speculating about the upcoming S-Pen totting Note20.
Thanks to a new patent publication, we just know what the Galaxy Note20 could look like. Samsung went to the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to register a design for upcoming phones. See the image below, this is what the Galaxy Note20 could look like.
The patent reveals that the Note20 could rock a waterfall-curved screen, like the Huawei Mate 30. But, unlike Huawei, Samsung will still offer all the physical buttons that includes the volume rockers and the power button. They protrude through the curved glass of the screen in the side edges. Huawei chose virtual controls for the Mate 30 Pro.
Moreover, Samsung is also rumored to feature a holographic projector that can also be seen in the patent. The function allows three-dimensional images to be projected in a real environment. This is something that until now has been seen only in science fiction movies. Mind you, these are just rumors and speculations. The actual phone might not boast it at all.
Another news points to a new form of the chipset. Recent Samsung flagships have 7nm chipsets but according to Samsung’s blog, it is working on 6nm chipsets. The South Korean giant revealed that its new extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography technology is being used to mass-produce 7nm and 6nm chips. Samsung says, “It provides an optimal choice for next-generation applications such as 5G, AI, and Automotive.”