New renders suggesting Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Plus have surfaced online. The renders in question have given us an idea of what the upcoming flagship device could eventually look like. Based on the renders, Samsung is keeping much of the core design of last year’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
The renders stem from a collaborative effort between credible leakers OnLeaks and case maker Pigtou. In a blog post, Pigtou details some of the finer points that we can gauge from the renders. According to Pigtou, the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will be 165mm long, 77.2mm wide and 7.6mm thick. Based on these dimensions, the Note 20 Plus is shaping up to be significantly larger when compared to the Note 10 Plus, only just as thick.
The biggest design change we can take away from the renders is the camera array on the back of the Note 20 Plus. The Note 10 Plus’ ovular module contained a similar three-camera array. However, it was much more flush with the body of the device. The Note 20 Plus appears to have the same three lenses and depth-sensing capabilities. Although, the device appears to have a larger bump. The array appears to be more similar to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the device Samsung geared towards photographers.
On the front of the device, it seems as though Samsung is maintaining the hole-punch camera. A near bezel-less screen can also be seen on the renders. Once again, this is very similar to the Note 10 Plus, only a bit more refined.
Naturally, as with any leaks, it’s best to take them with a grain of salt. While nothing is yet confirmed by Samsung, many believe the device will be released in August alongside the Galaxy Note 20.