Galaxy Note 20 Plus

Galaxy Note 20 Plus renders are out, camera bumps aren’t pretty.


Every year Samsung launches its new Note series. Last year, they came with the Note 10 series, and it received very well from the people around the world. This year, Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 20 Plus along with a base variant. And the renders out already.

The renders of the Galaxy Note 20 Plus says half of the story already. This all tells about how the device will look physically. The very first thing that catches the eye is the camera module. The camera is going to have a white outline around the circles, and including the phone, measures a thickness of 10.7mm. The smartphone’s alone thickness is around 7.6mm, which is a bit thin in comparison to the Note 10 Plus.

There is going to be a ToF sensor for depth sensing placed below the LED Flash light.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Renders 2

The front of the smartphone carries a 6.7-inch screen, with a Infinity-O display. The bottom of the smartphone houses the S-Pen port, along with the USB Type-C port. And there is no headphone jack now. As per the rumors, the Galaxy Note 20 Plus is going to feature a 120Hz display, alongwith the LTPO tech, which will reduce power consumption of the display.

Another rumor also suggest that the camera is getting an upgrade as well. The Note 20 Plus might come with a 108MP camera.

The Galaxy Note 20 series might launch somewhere in the month of the August this year.

Source: Android Authority

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