The renders of the upcoming flagship smartphone from Samsung, the Galaxy Note 20+ have been leaked online. Thanks to @Onleaks and Pigtou, we now know the design, the camera-array, and the display of the upcoming Note 20+ flagship smartphone. However, the CAD-based renders also reveal that the forthcoming Note 20+ will be pretty much similar to the formerly launched Galaxy S20 Ultra.
First, let’s talk about design. According to renders, the Galaxy Note 20+ will feature a rectangular design with slightly curved edges, similar to the S20 Ultra and the Galaxy Note 10. The S-Pen will also remain at the same place. Although, previous rumors state that the Galaxy Note 20+ could switch the location of the S-Pen on the smartphone. As for the dimension of the smartphone, it will measure 165 x 77.2 x 7.6mm.
As for the camera, the Galaxy Note 20+ will feature a periscopic lens similar to the Galaxy 20 Ultra with other camera lenses. However, the renders reveal a set-up with only three camera sensors, with no space for a ToF sensor. Nonetheless, Samsung is currently working on the camera system, so it’s still a mystery.
According to Onleaks, the Galaxy Note 20+ will come with a larger display of 6.9-inches compared to the Galaxy Note 10+, which came with a 6.8-inch screen. The Note 20+ will feature an AMOLED display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz.
But still, these are just rumored information, so we advise you, users, to take this information as a pinch of salt and wait for the official announcement from Samsung somewhere August.