Highly Accurate Samsung Galaxy Note20+ Leak Is Both Good News
And one leak that’s likely super-accurate comes with reliable leaker @OnLeaks in collaboration with Pigtou, with a set of renders providing us with a closer look at what the Galaxy Note20+ will bring new to the table.
And after checking out these renders, one can easily notice the Note20+ will come with both good news and bad news.
Good news and bad news
First and foremost, the Note20+ features the obvious Samsung signature design with a small cutout for the front-facing camera in the center of the screen at the top. The Note20+ is likely to launch with a 6.9-inch 120Hz display and feature a 19:8 aspect ratio, with power to come from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 and possibly Samsung Exynos 992 depending on the market. The Note20+ is expected to feature 16GB of RAM, according to some leaks.
The bad news, however, is the camera bump, which appears to be something that at first glance you really can’t ignore.
According to the leak, the phone will be 7.6 mm thick without the camera bump, which itself adds 3.1mm extra to the Note20+.
And then, there’s a change that the existing Note users might not find very convenient. Samsung is moving the S Pen slot from the right to the left bottom side of the device, which will obviously make the whole thing pretty confusing at first if you’re used to the existing location of the stylus.
As said, there’s a good chance this leak is pretty accurate given how reliable @OnLeaks has proved in the past, so expect the design here to be very close to the one of the Note20+ launching in August.