With the Galaxy S20 now out for a few months, Samsung is focusing on its next flagship device, the Galaxy Note20 series. As the launch timeframe of the device nears, the leaks surrounding it have also picked up steam. Today, courtesy of @Onleaks and Pigtou, the first set of renders of the Galaxy Note20+ have leaked online.
As per the dimensions on which the renders are based, the Galaxy Note20+ will measure 165 x 77.2 x 7.6mm. This would make the device slightly wider, longer, and thinner than the Galaxy Note20 as well as the Galaxy Note10 from last year. The alleged dimensions of the device are very similar to the Galaxy Note10+ from last year.
From the renders, it is clear that the Galaxy Note20 Plus is going to retain a design language that's similar to the Galaxy Note10 series from last year but adopt the camera design of the Galaxy S20 series. The renders also show the Galaxy Note20+ will have a quad-camera set up, though its camera specs still remain unknown. Leaks do claim that the Galaxy Note20+ will feature a newer version of the 108MP sensor found on the Galaxy S20 Ultra that does not suffer from any focusing issues. The display specs of the Note20+ have already leaked and it will seemingly feature a 6.87-inch QHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz variable refresh rate.
The Galaxy Note20 series is expected to be unveiled in August in an online-only event. The launch of the device is still on track despite the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down major economies across the world. Samsung is also rumored to announce the Galaxy Fold2 alongside the Note20 at the same event.