Samsung is aiming for a new market when they made the Note 20 Ultra.
A new report claims that the Samsung flagship phone will have special optimization features so users can stream Xbox games via the Project xCloud.
Furthermore, the report states that the Korean company is labeling the device as ‘Made for Xbox Game Pass’ and will be adding powerful hardware to go along with the claim.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is part of the Note 20 lineup which will be announced in August. Sources say that the Note 20 Ultra will have a huge 6.9 inch OLED screen with minimal black bars on the edges, a stunning 3,200 x 1440 resolution and an impressive 120Hz refresh rate.
The device could also be the first to have the Gorilla Glass 7 protection on its screen. Other specifications for the Note 20 Ultra include an Exynos 990 chipset, a Snapdragon 865 processor, 5G capability and a fast-charging 4,500 mAh battery.
Ellen is a senior reporter for Dreniq, based in Europe. She joined Dreniq after a stint reviewing smartphones for CNET UK and, prior to that, more than five years covering business technology for silicon.com (now folded into TechRepublic), where she focused on mobile and wireless, telecoms & networking, and IT skills issues.