Galaxy Note 20 coming soon with Qualcomm’s Sonic Max technology
It now seems certain that the next Samsung Galaxy Note 20 they will come with a larger ultrasound fingerprint scanner made by Qualcomm.
The information was shared by Ross Young during an interview conducted by the GregglesTV channel on YouTube, confirming how the incoming models could be the first to use the Qualcomm’s new Sonic Max fingerprint reading technology.
If everything should be confirmed, we will have to deal with a detection area 17 times larger previously able to cover 20 x 30 mm of the screen against the current 4 mm x 9 mm, thus allowing us to scan even two fingerprints at the same time.
Ross Young then confirmed that Samsung will retain the front camera hole in the centre of the display in addition to the arrival of the LTPO technology which will give Samsung an advantage in saving 5-15% of energy on display consumption.
The analyst also states that the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will come with 16 GB of Ram while the Note 10 will start with 12 GB of Ram. The battery capacity will instead be between 4,000 and 5,000 mAh depending on the model.