It will still take until August of this year before Samsung will make an official announcement regarding its next flagship with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+. But despite the long wait, eager audiences can now see how the latter would look like based on a leaked rendered image care of Steve Hemmerstoffer.
One of the most notable things about the Galaxy Note 20+ is that of its similarity with both the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S20 is in its highlight of the Infinity-O display. Only noticeably differentiated with a tiny bezel. It also has a visible space for the front camera, too, given the small punch hole at the middle-top.
Dimension-wise, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ will also be significantly bigger than previous phones in the line-up, thanks to 6.9-inch display. As per information given, the phablet will sport a size of 165 x 77.2 x 7.6mm. When scaled among Galaxy Note 10 and S20, the Galaxy Note 20+ appears taller than Note 10 and is more compressed than the S20.
Another major change with Samsung’s up and coming flagship is its departure from the curved design by featuring a mostly flat physical layout. It may be sleek for the most part but the Galaxy Note 20+’s elevated camera gives the phone a slight bump and a seemingly obvious inclination when placed on a surface.
Making for a distinct deviation from an almost similar layout as the Galaxy S20 Ultra, though, are the visible circular rings around the three main cameras. There’s no official word yet regarding actual specifications, but rumors suggest that it will feature a 108-megapixel camera paired by a periscope shooter and an ultra-wide angle snapper.
As if the stylus pen is not staple enough for the Galaxy Note series, the Note S20+ sees the return of this tiny piece of hardware, albeit stored in a differently location in the phone this time.
Behind the hood, the Galaxy Note 20+ is expectedly going to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 for the US market while the rest of the world will get the Exynos 992.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will also come built with a 12GB RAM and a 128GB of internal storage. It seems also likely that the phone will come with external microSD support for added data storage.
Expectation is also strong that the coming flagship will come with a refresh rate of 120Hz and 5G connectivity. It will also run on One UI 2.1 on top of Android 10. Lastly, the phone is also likely to be powered by a 4,500 mAh battery that is capable of charging at 45W.