The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series laid the foundations for Samsung’s 2020 flagship smartphone lineup, and it looks like the Galaxy Note 20 series will keep the same look going again. Today, @OnLeaks and Pigtou have shown high-quality renderings of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ showing its design, camera array, and showing that it may also have a larger display.
We can see in these CAD-based renders that the design of the Galaxy Note 20 will be a whole lot like its predecessor. The Galaxy Note 10 had subtle curves and a boxy design that is practically similar to what we see here, and also to what we saw in a previous leak Note 20. The phone also has the same position for the USB-C port and S Pen silo, and there is no headphone jack either as yet. The device has 165 mm long, 77.2 mm wide and 7.6 mm thick dimensions (excluding camera bump).
The only noticeable design change is that the camera module is bigger. The Note 10+ had all three camera sensors in one slim module and left the ToF sensor with cutouts on the glass and flash to the right side. On the other hand, Note 20+ is apparently going to put all of that inside a huge, squarish camera module. There are still three sensors to the camera, but rumor has it that Samsung may ditch the ToF sensor. That camera bump will also pop out at the thickest point like on the S20 Ultra, with a thickness of 10.7 mm.
Really, this phone looks like it’s only going to be a Note 10 and S20 mash — not that’s a negative thing.
The Galaxy Note 20+ would have a significantly larger 6.9-inch display, similar to the 6.8-inch display of Note 10+, according to OnLeaks. If I had to guess, that extra screen space from the bottom bezel is at least partially shaved away. That display still has a selfie camera punch-hole cutout on it.
The arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is expected in August.