Samsung Galaxy Note20 Plus with 6.9-inch screen, quad rear cameras surface in renders

When Samsung released the Galaxy S20 series in February, it was received well within the tech community, claiming the spot as one of the best smartphone Android has to offer. Now, we await the launch of the Galaxy Note 20 series for later this year, and we have already got leaks of the design and some specs.

Last year, Samsung decided to increase the difference between the Note 10 and its bigger brother, Note 10 Plus, with the Note 10 Plus being the true flagship. It appears Samsung is planning to continue that model, with this year’s Note 20 Plus having better specs and camera.

It will have a massive 6.9-inch screen on the front and will measure 165mm x 77.2mm x 7.6mm. This makes the Note 20 Plus similar in thickness to the Note 10, however with its camera bump, the Note 20 Plus is will come to around 10.7mm. Other design elements include, volume rocker and power button on the right edge, and at the bottom edge we see the microphone, USB-C port, speaker grill and the S-Pen.

Coming to its camera system, we notice a design that’s similar to the S20 Ultra. Housed in it, are two main cameras, a periscope lens and depth sensor that is right below the camera’s flash. At the moment, it is unsure whether Samsung will use their 108MP sensor for the Note 20 Plus. On the Note 20 Plus’ front, we have a regular punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera.

There is no information on the exact device specs, price or release date for now. However, since the leaks have begun, it won’t be far before we know all the specs of the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 series.

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