Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ design renders, spotted online
Design renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ have been spotted online. According to the exclusive report of Pigtou, the upcoming Galaxy Note seems to be slightly bigger and sleeker, as well as features a new camera bump from its predecessor.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ seems to feature a 6.9-inch punch-hole, curved display. It is 165mm long, 77.2mm wide, and 7.6mm thick.
At the back of the phone lies a rectangular camera module that houses several sensors including a periscope and a depth lens, LED flash, 3D sensor, and a microphone. The lock button and volume rocker can be found on the right side of the phone. The camera module also has three silver circular rings placed around the three cameras.
The bottom part consists of an S-Pen and the single speaker grille on the left, as well as a USB-C port for charging and a single mic. On the right side are the volume rocker and the power button.
Based on the report, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ is expected to be released on August 20 along with the Samsung Note 20.