Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Note 20 series this summer, but you don’t need to wait until July or August to see what at least one of the models might offer.
OnLeaks and Pigtou are sharing renders that tease the Galaxy Note 20+ in all its glory. They don’t reveal the final product; however, these renders are based on information provided by suppliers and other manufacturing partners. Samsung can still modify the design before launch, but OnLeaks’ proven track record indicates how close these renders likely are to the Galaxy Note 20+ set to arrive in a few months. Let’s take a look at the renders and figure out Samsung’s plans.
It’ll sport a 6.9-inch display, according to the insiders. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20+ would then feature a larger-than-usual Super AMOLED panel just like the Galaxy S20 Ultra. But, if you’re not looking for as much screen real estate, the regular Galaxy Note 20 will allegedly ship with a 6.7-inch display. Both the Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20+ will store their front-facing cameras in a hole-punch cutout.
Expect a multi-camera setup to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, too. OnLeaks and Pigtou aren’t sure of the details for each lens, but Samsung’s most recent top-tier flagship has 12MP, 48MP, and 108MP cameras joined by a depth sensor. It’s likely that Samsung carries this over to the Galaxy Note 20+ and maybe tweaks them ever so slightly.
Of course, the Galaxy Note 20+ will also include a built-in S Pen slot. Samsung’s custom stylus isn’t disappearing from the Galaxy Note series anytime soon.
Samsung typically runs an Unpacked event in early-to-mid August, but the coronavirus outbreak might delay its timeline as manufacturing facilities are only now reopening. When it does schedule that Unpacked event, be prepared for an online-only structure.