Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders give a closer look at the design, camera module

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 may not come with a big design upgrade.

| Updated on: May 25 2020, 09:37 IST
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders leak
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders leak (Samsung)
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders leak
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders leak (Samsung)

Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to launch in August this year. The next flagship smartphone series is likely to come with a slew of upgrades including an improved camera, latest processor, and more. The Galaxy Note 20, however, may not look very different from the current Galaxy Note 10, according to the high-quality renders published by Onleaks and Pigtou.

The CAD-based renders give a 360-degree view of the Galaxy Note 20. From the design point of view, Galaxy Note 20 looks largely unchanged. For instance, the implementation of speakers, S-Pen slot, and USB Type-C port at the bottom are the same. The display, which appears to be slightly larger than the current one, has the same punch-hole slot at the top center. The display has curved edges on both sides.

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The most noticeable change is the beefed-up camera module on the back. Featuring a rectangular camera module, akin to Galaxy S20, and other recent Samsung phones, the Note 20 is seen housing three rear cameras. The new camera module is also quite protruding which may lead to an increase in the thickness of the phone.

Earlier leaks have claimed Samsung may skip S20 Ultra's 100x digital zoom feature on the Galaxy Note 20. The Plus model in the new Note series, however, will have a 108-megapixel camera coupled with a new sensor to improve the photography experience.

According to other leaks, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is said to have up to 16GB of RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, 120Hz display, and up to 4,500mAh battery. 

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First Published Date: 25 May, 09:37 IST
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