The latest CAD renders from Pictou in collaboration with the leaker xleaks7 reveals the look of the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 flagship series. According to these renders, the series will feature squared display design models. Unlike its predecessor models, the upcoming Note version might come with a square and flat display panel which makes its appearance box-like. Further, the leaks also suggest that the Galaxy Note 20 will resemble with the Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S20 Ultra. It also mentions that the rear camera module will be also identical to Galaxy S20 Ultra.
According to the reports, Samsung has shifted the S-Pen location to the left side of the device. This may enable the company to set up all the physical buttons on the right side of the phone. Unlike the Note 10 and Note 10+, the company has even moved the power keys on the right side of the Galaxy Note 20 series.
This strategic shift allowed it to offers the combination of volume and power buttons on the right side of the phone. On the aspects of dimensions, the Galaxy Note 20 will be nearly identical to the Galaxy Note 10+ model.
Galaxy Note 20 offers 120Hz display
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will come with a 6.4 inches Dynamic AMOLED display with a resolution capability of 1440×3200. Whereas the Galaxy Note 20+ model features a bigger 6.9 inches Dynamic AMOLED display with the resolution power of 1440×3200.
The Galaxy Note 20+ and the premium Galaxy Note 20 model offers the 120Hz refresh rate capacity. According to the rumors the rear camera module of the upcoming Galaxy Note series will be identical with the Galaxy S20 Ultra model.
As per the previous rumors we know that the Galaxy Note 20 may come with 4000mAh battery, and Galaxy Note 20+ is fuelled with 4500mAh battery capacity. In comparison with 5000mAh battery of Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G model and the given 120Hz refresh rate, Samsung offers a comparatively small battery in the upcoming Galaxy Note series.
Internal aspects of the upcoming Galaxy Note series will be similar to the Galaxy S20 lineup. Samsung will refine this upcoming series on the parts of internal as well as externals such as the power button and S-Pen. It is expected to launch in August this year in the Samsung launching event.
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