Samsung’s long-awaited Galaxy Note 20 Plus has made its way on the web in the form of renders, just days after the leaked renders of the slightly smaller Galaxy Note 20 surfaced online.
The aforesaid renders come from leaker OnLeaks, in collaboration with Pigtou, meaning, we can trust that they are relatively closer to the real product. At first glance, you will notice that the Galaxy Note 20 Plus sports a huge and chunky camera module, which increases the phone’s thickness to 107mm. Without the module, the Note 20 Plus reportedly has a thickness of 7.6mm, which makes it thinner than the Note 10 Plus and the S20 Ultra.
And here comes your first look at the massive 6.9-inch #Samsung #GalaxyNote20Plus! 360° video + gorgeous 4K renders + dimensions, on behalf of my Friends over @Pigtou_ -> https://t.co/TRlN710tsG pic.twitter.com/MnWwf6LLLY
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) May 24, 2020
The renders suggest there will be at least four sensors at the back. Three of these sensors will be vertically aligned, along with a periscope lens that looks like the third sensor. A depth camera has been placed right under the flash and it could be a focus module.
Aside from that, the design elements are almost identical to its predecessor. The phone sports the same 6.9-inch curved display with a punch hole in the center to accommodate a selfie camera. The regular Note 20, on the other hand, features a smaller display that measures at 6.7-inches.
The Note 20 Plus will reportedly come with a 120Hz refresh-rate display, while the standard Note 20 will feature a 60Hz screen. The integration of LTPO tech implies that the Note 20 Plus display will deliver improved power optimization as compared to the S20 Ultra’s 120Hz screen.
The larger Note 20 will reportedly house a 108MP camera along with a new sensor for improved autofocus. Other reports suggest the Note 20 will house the same 12MP sensor found on the Galaxy S20, as well as the Galaxy S20 Plus. The Plus model is expected to come with a larger battery than the 4,000mAh battery the Note 20 is expected to come with.