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But this latest leak coming from trusted site WinFuture has left almost nothing to the imagination. There is a full set of Galaxy Note20 Ultra renders included, along with the details of its Project xCloud gaming features co-developed with Microsoft.

What’s interesting here is that Samsung and Microsoft have deepened their partnership to ready the 5G-enabled Note20 Ultra for the latter’s upcoming cloud gaming service Project xCloud. The report adds that the Xbox Game Pass will allow users to stream 90 games right on their phone. This exclusive deal is said to include specific under-the-hood optimizations for smoother gameplay over a low-latency 5G connection
 

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UPDATED NEWS - Samsung Galaxy Note20 to borrow this exciting new feature from iPhone 11 - MSPoweruser

Samsung’s upcoming Note20 series will come with an exciting new technology called UWB (short for Ultra Wideband). This won’t be the first time that we’ll see the UWB technology in a smartphone, as iPhone 11 had become the first smartphone to have the technology. According to Twitter user @SaudiAndroid, Samsung wants to replace NFC technology with the UWB, as the latter can transfer files at a very high speed. However, it’s not clear whether or not all the handsets in the Note20 lineup will have the technology.
For those uninformed, UWB is a wireless communication protocol that can use a very low energy level for short-range, high-bandwidth communications over a large portion of the radio spectrum. The technology is superior to both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in terms of precision and security. According to PCWorld, UWB is extremely low power, but the high bandwidth (500MHz) is ideal for relaying a lot of data from a host device to other devices up to about 30 feet away. Unlike Wi-Fi, however, it is not particularly good at transmitting through walls.

It’s not just Samsung and Apple that are working on this technology. Companies like Huawei, Xiaomi are also expected to introduce UWB in their future smartphones.
 
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