Recently Samsung’s upcoming flagship Samsung Note 20’s renders were leaked online. The renders reveal slightly important details about the specifications, which can throw some light about what to expect from the upcoming phone. As per the rendered images, Samsung Note 20 is going to have a slightly larger display compared to last year’s Samsung Note 10.
The approximate size of the screen seems to be around 6.7-inch. There is a punch-hole display design in the middle to accommodate the selfie camera at the top. All the bezels on the screen are thinner than before as per the images. The power and volume buttons on the phone are placed on the right side. At the bottom of the device, there is USB Type C Port, along with an S pen slot and a speaker grill. Sadly it does not have an 3.5mm headphone jack.
Samsung might have inspired a lot from its current flagship model Galaxy S20 ultra, as the Samsung Note 20 images reveal. It is found to have a QHD display, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz along with a variable refresh rate. Just like the previous Note 9 and Note 10, We can expect the best display experience on Note 10 as well.
The phone might sport Snapdragon 865 or an Exynos chipset as per their targeted market. Note 20 indicates powerful specifications, as per Samsung’s history of flagships, it is expected to sport a 16 GB of RAM. Samsung has already started manufacturing of 16 GB RAM, and it is highly likely to place 16 GB RAM inside the Note 10.
And here comes your first look at the massive 6.9-inch #Samsung #GalaxyNote20Plus! 360° video + gorgeous 4K renders + dimensions, on behalf of my Friends over @Pigtou_ -> https://t.co/TRlN710tsG pic.twitter.com/MnWwf6LLLY
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) May 24, 2020
There would be two models, namely, Note 20 and Note 20+, which will be revealed through Samsung’s first online launch event. This event would happen coming months, which also might become the launch time for Galaxy Z Flip 5G and Samsung Fold 2.
More details have to be revealed by Samsung in the coming months before the launch date. There is no clarity on other information such as camera, battery, and pricing. We will have to wait for one more leaks or official announcement from Samsung.