A lot of information about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note20 series has been leaked, including from the company itself, providing everyone with a glimpse of the South Korean firm’s mid-2020 offerings. While the Note20 Ultra’s design was revealed through renders and the company’s slip up, not much about the smaller Note20 is known.
That changes now, as a new leaked render courtesy of prolific leaker, Evan Blass, through Patreon provides the clearest look yet at the smaller of the two devices. While Blass is known to provide high-quality press renders and images, this time around, it is a complete 360-degree view of the phone that provides an extensive look at the design of the smartphone. The folks over at 9to5Google have created a YouTube video of the GIF shared by Blass.
The detailed render suggests that the Note20 could feature a flatter display, a step away from the curved offering on its predecessor, the Note10. On the rear, the device omits the periscope zoom camera, guessing from the lack of the square housing, making the camera hump less prominent than its larger sibling, the Note20 Ultra. It is not known if the periscope lens is replaced by a telephoto lens with lesser zoom capabilities. The renders also do not showcase the S Pen, which is expected to get some improvements.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note20 series during its virtual Unpacked event on August 5. It will be interesting to see what the differences between the two devices would be and how the firm prices its various offerings.