Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus renders got out a few days ago, just after the leaked renders of the Galaxy Note 20 appeared online. The leaks were uploaded on the web by renowned tipster OnLeaks, and it is the result of a collaboration with Pigtou, which means that they are rather close to the real deal.
Huge Camera Module
The first noticeable thing about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus is its massive and thick camera setup, which allegedly measures 10.7mm. Without considering this, the Galaxy Note 20 Plus is reported to be 7.6mm thick, which makes slightly thinner than the Galaxy Note 10 Plus and the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
As detailed in the renders, there are four rear camera sensors, with three of them aligned vertically – the third looking like a periscope lens, another depth camera, and a focus module. The overall design of the smartphone seems rather similar to its predecessor, with the same 6.9-inch curved display and a center punch-hole for the selfie camera.
As seen in the renders, the S Pen location seems to have changed, as Samsung typically slots the stylus on the right side, but both renders for the Galaxy Note 20 devices depict it on the bottom left.
The Galaxy Note 20 Plus apparently also has a USB-C port, a speaker grille, and a microphone at the bottom side. However, there’s no 3.5mm headphone jack, which is a shame.
Specs Will Make the Difference
Because the design of both phones appears to be similar, it is up to the specifications to make the difference. The Galaxy Note 20 Plus is said to pack a 120Hz refresh rate screen, and LTPO tech, which means that the phone’s display will have better power optimization than the 120Hz panel on the S20 Ultra.
The Galaxy Note 20 Plus is also rumored to receive a 108MP main camera and a new sensor to enhance autofocus, while the Note 20 could actually stick to the same 12MP sensor the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus have.