The new Samsung Galaxy Note Series is set to arrive this August, and the line-up, consisting of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ is highly expected as it promises great specs, high performance, and apparently a fresh new design, according to a new leak.
Tipster Evan Blass shared a 360-degree render, illustrating an unexpected design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
The render reveals a much flatter screen and a rear camera module without the Ultra’s fourth sensor.
The Note 20 series is set to be unveiled during the Unpacked event on August 5th, along with other devices like the Tab S7 tablet, the Galaxy Buds Live true wireless earbuds, and the Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch.
We already heard the rumors about the basic Note 20 variant having a flat screen, but more leaks reveal something disappointing. According to @UniverseIce, an experienced leaker, the ”regular” Note 20 will also have a wide frame with 1080p resolution, and only a 60Hz refresh rate.
It seems like Samsung is pushing its customers to go for the Note+ version, which is, of course, a bit more expensive. Samsung had the same strategy last year with the Note 10 series.
The regular Galaxy Note 10 had a smaller battery, smaller display with FHD+ resolution, less RAM, and it had one less camera than the Note10+.
We will surely get more updates as the Note 20 series announcement in August approaches.