Samsung Galaxy Note 20 360-degree Rendering; Abandon the Curved Display

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 360-degree Rendering

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 360-degree Rendering

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series launch is scheduled for August 5, and as one of the leading flagships for the second half of the year, this device has attracted the attention of global netizens. The new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has been revealed by Evan Blass, a well-known leaker, and many details of the device have been revealed.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 360-degree Rendering

Evan Blass shared a 360-degree motion rendering of Note 20, showing the appearance of the machine in front of us again in advance. If you look closely, the Note 20’s screen is nearly flat, making it difficult to catch factual curved elements.

In other aspects, the control of the black edge of the frame is still superb, and there is a physical earpiece on the top forehead, indicating that the device has not resorted to screen-sound technology and a center punch hole for front camera layout.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 360-degree Rendering

Grey on the back, rectangular camera module, the triple camera on the back, does not appear the previous Note 20 Ultra’s latent zoom and ToF Lens.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is expected to feature a 1080P screen with a 12MP main shooter + 64MP telephoto + 12MP super wide-angle triple-camera solution, with the news suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will be priced at around $999.

As far as we have information, there could be as many as three models in the Note 20 series, namely the standard Note 20, the Note 20 Plus, and the Note 20 Ultra.

There also seems to be a 4G LTE version of the Note 20 series in some markets, and as for the processor, it’s more mainstream at the moment said to be along the lines of that Snapdragon 865/Exynos 990 above the S20 series, but of course, there’s also the Snapdragon 865+, the Exynos 992 rumors, we’ll see what happens then.


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