Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra goes through FCC with mmWave support, S865 + chipset


The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra went through the FCC and confirmed some of the suspicions the rumor had. The chipset is explicitly listed as Qualcomm SM8250 – it’s Snapdragon 865, probably the “plus” variant – and the modem is an X55.

This not only enables sub-6 GHz 5G, but also mmWave. FCC testing was performed on the SM-N986U, the general US version of the phone, so the choice of Snapdragon is not surprising. What is surprising is the mmWave support, which is currently reserved for Verizon models (which end with a “V”).

FCC testers also had the new Samsung LED View Cover on hand, as it uses NFC to communicate and power the LED grid on the front of the cover.

They also tested the S Pen and how it works – it’s connected via Bluetooth to the phone, which uses wireless charging to charge the pen’s internal battery, like on current notes. The new S Pen may have learned some new tricks, however, rumor has it that it can be used as a pointer.

The FCC also tested the new LED sight cover

The FCC also tested the new LED View cover

You can take a look at the Galaxy Note20 Ultra which rotates 360 degrees to take a closer look at the new design. This is an unofficial leak, of course there will be no official image until the Unpacked event on August 5th.

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