Ultra models  of LTE-only Galaxy Note 20 confirmed by FCC

LTE-only-Galaxy-Note-20-Ultra-models-confirmed-by-FCC-cover-img.jpgThe Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is being the top model in Samsung’s next flagship series. Even though, it still won’t offer 5G connectivity by default. You can invest in it  if you’ll want to save some extra cash before committing to another premium smart phone. Federal Communications Commission reveals several variants of  the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The reveling wa  through the certificates that is newly published from it . Referring to Samsung devices SM-N985F and SM-N986B, both in single- and dual-SIM variants, the verification confirms an LTE-5G split across the entirety of the  series.

The variants of the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra sold in the U.S. will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865+ chip with a built-in 5G modem called the Snapdragon X55M. Some of the variants of Samsung will disable that functionality. The handset will obviously be sold in markets where 5G networks don’t exist. Well offering 5G support there wouldn’t be really necessary.

Galaxy S20 has the LTE-5G split in addition

This mobile technology split also happened with the company’s Galaxy S flagships this year. The Galaxy S20 series was the first fully 5G enabled lineups from Samsung. Even then, it was still offered in LTE-only in countries where 5G networks aren’t available.

In addition, the certificates also confirm all Galaxy Note 20 models will feature Wi-Fi 6 support. It may mean something when these devices become available for purchase given how 802.11ax routers are finally becoming more widely available. Based on the model numbers mentioned, the certificate also adds further credibility to the report about the the smart phone, It said to use the Snapdragon 865+ over Samsung’s own Expose 990 chips in its home country. In addition, it’s said to be enduring over the state of affairs.





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