Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Teardown Reveals A Big Surprise
Aug 27 2020
The Galaxy S are usually presented in the month of February, so if within a few months it is confirmed that they have the most remarkable quality of the famous Note, it would make sense for Samsung to give up a next generation of these phones. According to The Elec, the names of these new mobiles will be Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra. The effect is also being seen on the basic Galaxy Tab S7. If you're willing to make that compromise and settle for a type of plastic called Colorless Polyimide (CPI), rumor has it you'll be able to get a fancy-looking foldable handset in exchange for $900 or even less. The expectation is that it will come closer to the limit of USA $ 1,000, which is considered a huge breakthrough in the category: Samsung's latest foldable, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, costs $ 1,980 at launch.
And thanks to the hole punch, the inner foldable panel of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 looks cleaner and more immersive compared to the Galaxy Fold, which had a huge notch in the right corner. The module appears to be less protruding than the one on Samsung's new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
But a new teardown by iFixit's experts - who tore down both the Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra - reveal a "multi-layered graphite thermal pad" instead of the expected copper heat pipes.
Also, pre-booking customers will be eligible for getting Samsung Care+ ADLD (Accidental Liquid and Damage) worth Rs 3999 at 50 per cent discount. The latter, however, may offer S Pen support, meaning it would feature a digitizer beneath its foldable display.