Samsung Galaxy Note 20 latest leak gives a 360-degree view of its design
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 looks quite like last year's Galaxy Note 10 but with a change in the camera module.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 series has been the talk of the town lately with just two weeks to go for the official launch. The highlight has so far been the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra which we've seen hands-on videos and renders of. We now have the best look so far at the Galaxy Note 20 which would be the base model in the series.
The Galaxy Note 20 is seen in a short but 360-degree video shared by Evan Blass on his Patreon. The Galaxy Note 20 has a flat display unlike the Note 20 Ultra which has a curved screen. There's a punch-hole camera at the top-centre of the display. At the rear of the phone there's a triple camera setup stacked vertically on the side. The camera module doesn't look protruding like the one we've seen in Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
The Galaxy Note 20 looks much like last year's Galaxy Note 10 with the punch-hole camera and flat display. The camera module has gone through a slight makeover though. The Galaxy Note 20 variant in this video sports a black-grey colour but we can't confirm if this is official. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has already been leaked in a flashy ‘Mystic Bronze' colour.
As far as the specifications are concerned for the Galaxy Note 20, there's really not much out there. We can expect flagship specs though like a QHD+ display, Snapdragon 865+ chipset and the S Pen of course. Samsung however may skip 120Hz on the Galaxy Note 20.
The Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to feature three smartphones including the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Note 20+. The launch is scheduled to take place on August 5 at Samsung's ‘Galaxy Unpacked' event.