Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20+ are expected to launch in August alongside the Galaxy Fold 2. Though rumours said the launch might be delayed due to the coronavirus crisis, Samsung clarified there won’t be any change in the timeline, albeit without explicitly mentioning the Galaxy Note 20 moniker. After the standard Samsung Galaxy Note 20 CAD-based renders leaked last week, the Galaxy Note 20+ CAD images have now surfaced online, courtesy of Pigtou and popular leakster OnLeaks. While the overall external design is familiar, there some few subtle changes such as the more prominent lens size in the rear-camera module.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ design
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ is said to measure 165 x 77.2 x 7.6mm and feature a centre positioned punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. The handset is surrounded by slim bezels on all corners and the volume rocker and power button are present on the right spine. The S-Pen stylus is repositioned to the left side, similar to the standard Galaxy Note 20. The USB Type-C port, external speaker, and a microphone are at the bottom. The rectangular camera module has triple lenses and they seem to have silver rings. There is a 3D ToF sensor between the LED flash and laser autofocus.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ specifications
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ is said to flaunt a 6.9-inch display, presumably the Dynamic AMOLED QHD+ panel with 120Hz refresh rate and Corning Gorilla Glass layer. It could be powered by the Snapdragon 865/Exynos 992 SoC and offer 5G connectivity support. The flagship is likely to boot Android 10 OS with OneUI 2 custom layer on top. While not much else is known the optics, rumours suggest it will feature a 108MP primary lens and have a periscope lens for zoom capabilities. We should know more details about the Galaxy Note 20+ going forward.