The closer to the launch event, the more we hear more leaks about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note20. After a series of actual photos and videos on the hands of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra appeared a few weeks ago, now we have the most detailed images of the design of the Galaxy Note20 this time.
Specifically, the 360-degree video revealing the design of the new Note20 was leaked by boss leaked Evam Blass (@evleaks) posted on Twitter and Youtube. From this video, we can see that the standard Galaxy Note20 will not have a curved edge screen, the highlight that appears on Samsung’s high-end Galaxy lines. The screen of the device will be a completely flat screen rather than bent slightly as previous rumors revealed.
On the back we can also see the cluster of 3 main cameras housed in a rectangular module. However, because it is the standard version, this camera cluster will not be too big and convex like on the Ultra version. In addition, Samsung also cut the ToF 3D depth sensor on the standard version, and may also cut the 50x zoom feature.
In terms of specifications, there is currently no information about the detailed configuration of the Galaxy Note20 standard version compared to the Ultra version. Both are expected to own the most advanced features at the moment such as a QHD + OLED screen with 120Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 865 CPU or Exynos 990 (depending on market), LPDDR5 RAM, UFS memory. 3.x and a terrible battery life.
The Galaxy Note20-series will be officially launched on August 5 alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 2 at the Unpack Galaxy 2020 event.