Galaxy Note 10 released last year was amazing in every way, from the wonderful screen to the industrial design. Going by the high-quality (and definitely unofficial) renditions of Galaxy Note 20 Plus, it seems like Samsung is not planning to change a lot this year. However, the major change is going to be the bulkier and better camera module right on the back of this device.
The renders have come from @OnLeaks (a noted leaker) and Pigtou, a popular phone-case maker. Though any render relying on leaked CAD sketches have to be taken with a grain of salt, the design suggested for the latest device is actually pretty reasonable.
The feature that is the most evident is the edge-to-edge, big display, with sloping sides, curved bezels, and a central, small punch cutout as the selfie cam. This way, it looks a lot like the design from the previous year. The bottom and top edge look like Note 10 Plus, with charging port, space for S Pen stylus, and speaker grille.
Based on size, Galaxy Note 20 is expected to be a bit bigger than the earlier version, with a 6.9” display over the 6.8” display of Note 10. The dimensions of Note 20 will be thinner and longer, with the overall width remaining the same. Of course, the camera module at the back of the device is bigger than Note 10.
Note 20 and Note 20 Plus will have the brightest, biggest, and best of smartphone specs if the earlier offerings of Samsung are any indication. So, you can expect to see some really high-end camera specs. Any specs for Note 2020 have not been released yet, and we can only keep our eyes open to see what comes up in a few months.