Details for the upcoming Samsung flagship, the Galaxy Note 20, have been leaking extensively. We only saw the upcoming Smartphones from the back before, but now we have renders showing off the entire design, courtesy of the renowned tipster Evan Blass.
The design at the back is no different from what we have seen before. There is a large rectangular camera bump on the top left that features three big camera lenses aligned in a vertical layout. The back is otherwise completely clean with just a Samsung logo near the bottom.
The power button and volume rockers can be seen on the right side.
Samsung is ditching the curved display we have seen on earlier Note devices for an entirely flat panel. Besides that, the screen is identical to the Note 10 with a centered punch-hole cutout and it appears to be becoming a mainstay for recent Samsung flagships. The bottom bezel is slightly thicker than the top bezel.
As for specifications, a high refresh rate display (likely 120Hz) is expected on top of an AMOLED panel. We might also see the Snapdragon 865+ SoC, new camera features, an improved S Pen, UFS 3.1 storage, and around 12GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 lineup will be revealed on August 5 at the company’s next Unpacked event.