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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus renders leaked. Reveals Massive display & camera bump!




The Samsung Galaxy Note series has always been one of the highly-anticipated series from Samsung & this year is no different with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series. The series is expected to make it debut in August but the leaks have already started to pour in. Thanks to Onleaks (Steve) & Pigtou we got our first look at the CAD renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus.

Note 20 Plus Design.


For the design, the Galaxy Note 20 Plus looks identical to the Note 10 & Galaxy S20 from the front, it features an infinity-O display with a centred punch-hole. The display on the device is little curved on the sides but the curve seems to be lesser than last year just like what we saw with the S20 series. Anyways, there are thin bezels all around, a slight chin at the bottom. The frame of the phone is considered to be made of stainless steel.

Power button & volume rockers are on the right, Type-C port, Speaker at the bottom & Spen has now shifted to the left & unsurprisingly there’s no 3.5mm audio jack.


Now turning on to the rear, there’s a vertical camera module that houses the Quad rear cameras on the top left, to make it aesthetically pleasing the company has added circular rings around the three cameras which in turn makes mixes the periscope camera in the camera module. Sitting next to these big cameras is the TOF sensor & what appears to be a microphone, just above that is the LED Flash. There’s Samsung branding at the bottom.

The Note 20 Plus is thick without the camera bump though with the camera it is 10.7mm thick which shows how bulky the camera bump really is. The reports mention that the device will feature a massive 6.9inch display & will probably have Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 for the US & Exynos 990 for the other markets.


Rest of the specs are a mystery so we’ll have to wait for that. Stay tuned.

A tech enthusiast, a graduate in Bachelors of journalism & mass communication. Gagan loves to write about technology and when he's not writing, he's honing his landscape photography skills.