We’ve seen a lot of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra so far, but the smaller model hasn’t seen any significant appearances. Today, the Galaxy Note 20 has hit the web with a detailed 3D render, giving us a good look at this phone and what sets it apart.
Following a huge Note 20 Ultra leak on Samsung ‘s own website, today’s Note 20 render comes via Patreon’s courtesy of Evan Blass. Also, rather than just a still image, this leak gives us a full 360-degree look at the Galaxy Note 20 which doesn’t really leave much to the imagination.
How is it we are learning? The smaller Note 20 has a completely flat display, for one. If the edges will taper off as on the Galaxy S20 series is a little hard to tell but there are definitely no huge curves like what we saw on the Galaxy Note 10 series. The display also has slim bezels and a punch-hole set in it.
Besides that, we can also see that on this unit, Samsung opted for a modest camera module. Unlike Note 20 Ultra with a huge camera, this one tends to be basically the same size as what the S20 and S20 + offered this year.