06 July 2020
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has surfaced in a set of renders that show the phablet's design. The leak is coming from a publication called Pigtou in collaboration with someone called David aka xleaks7. It claims that even though some parts of the design are unconfirmed, these are still the "most up to date" design renders of the phablet.
In the first look, the Galaxy Note 20 does not like any different from the predecessor Galaxy Note 10. It has the same tall display with slim bezels and a boxy body. The punch-hole is placed at the top and center of the display panel. It is said to sport a 6.7-inch display and measure 155.4 x 69.1 mm in dimensions. This suggests that this year's standard model will be bigger than the last year and almost equivalent to the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
The leak shows that the power button and volume rocker placement has been moved from the left to the right side. If this is true, it will surely be a welcome change as most phones do offer those buttons on the right side. Even the S-Pen holding place is said to have been moved from right to the left side. The SIM tray is on the top and USB Type-C port is on the bottom.
The rear camera module is shown to be exactly the same as the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It houses multiple camera sensors within a rectangle-shaped module along with some protruding. Even though the leak claims that there will be the same cameras, a recent report mentioned that Samsung will not offer the 100x zoom camera sensor with the phablet. It is because even though the idea behind the high-zoom capability was good, the real-world results did not turn out to be satisfactory.
It should be noted that these are only rumors and moreover, we have not heard about the source that often in the past. This is the reason we would suggest you take these speculated details with a pinch of salt. We will keep you updated as more information will surface.