The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is not expected to arrive until August, and yet its codenames have just been revealed. Yes, codenames, plural. We'll explain in a minute.
In addition to these codenames for the Galaxy Note 20, the codename for next-gen Galaxy Buds has also been revealed. That being said, all of this information comes from Roland Quant, a well-known tipster.
Several Galaxy Note 20 series codenames surfaced
The source claims that the Galaxy Note 20 codenames will be 'Project C', 'Canvas2', and 'Canvas1'. The first two codenames got confirmed by the tipster, but the third one is just a guess on his part, as there is a 'Canvas2'.
The 'Canvas2' codename is probably reserved for a larger Galaxy Note 20 model. We're not really sure what's going on with the 'Project C' codename, but we may get some info regarding that soon as well.
Now, regarding the next-gen pair of truly wireless earbuds. The Galaxy Buds+, that just launched with the Galaxy S20, were codenamed 'Popcorn'. Well, it seems like a codename for their successor is 'Bean'.
We're not sure what will Samsung's next-gen truly wireless earbuds be called, but chances are they will include 'Galaxy Buds' brand. Maybe the Galaxy Buds 2, or something of the sort, we'll see.
The Galaxy Fold 2 may arrive alongside the Note 20
The Galaxy Note 20 arrival is still far away. March just started, and the phone is not expected to arrive until August. The device is rumored to come with the Galaxy Fold 2, Samsung's new foldable flagship.
Both of those devices are expected to include an S Pen stylus, and chances are that both will sport a display camera hole. You can expect to see a design similar to the Galaxy S20 series.
Samsung may opt for sharper edges on the Galaxy Note 20 series, though, similar to the Galaxy Note 10. We'll see at least two Galaxy Note 20 smartphones, if the previous year is any indication. The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Pro are expected.
The Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones will be fueled by the Snapdragon 865, while Samsung will probably release Exynos 990 models as well. If the Galaxy S20 is any indication, the Exynos 990 models will be available in both Europe and India.
The Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to utilize camera sensors that have been included in the Galaxy S20 series, but we're not sure what combination just yet. Samsung may opt to use the 108-megapixel sensor from the Galaxy S20 Ultra for the 'Pro' Galaxy Note 20 model.
On the flip side, Samsung may go crazy and introduce more than two Galaxy Note 20 handsets. The 'Ultra' model may be a real possibility this year. Nothing has indicated that just yet, but anything is possible.