The first Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus renderings arrived just a few days after the smaller Galaxy Note 20 leaked. These renderings come from well-known tipsters OnLeaks (in cooperation with Pigtou) so we can trust that they come pretty close to reality.
The first thing you’ll notice about the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus is the huge and chunky camera module. In fact, the phone with the bulging camera shock apparently measures 10.7 mm. Without taking this into account, the Galaxy Note 20 Plus is said to be 7.6mm thick, which makes it slightly thinner than the Galaxy Note 10 Plus and the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
According to the rendering, there are at least four camera sensors on the back. Three of them are aligned vertically, with a periscope lens looking like the third camera. If you look under the flash, we have a depth camera and a focus module.
Otherwise, the design of the phone is largely unchanged compared to its predecessor. You seem to get the same 6.9-inch display with a hole in the middle for the selfie camera.
The display of the regular Note 20 is not much smaller and is said to measure 6.7 inches.
The position of the S Pen case has also changed on the Galaxy Note 20 Plus, just like we saw on the leaked Note 20 renderers. Samsung usually tucks the pen in on the right side, but when rendering for both Galaxy Note 20 phones, it shows up in the lower left.
You can also see a USB-C port, speaker grille, and microphone next to the S Pen slot below. Unfortunately, Samsung has thrown the 3.5 mm headphone jack of its premium flagships overboard. So don’t expect a comeback with the Note 20 series.
While the design of the Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Plus looks almost identical per rendering, the differences in the technical data will be noticeable.
Technical data are groundbreaking
Rumor has it that the Galaxy Note 20 Plus has a 120 Hz refresh rate compared to the rumored 60 Hz screen of the standard Note 20. The presence of LTPO technology means that the Note 20 Plus display also offers better performance optimization than the S20 Ultra’s 120 Hz display.
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The larger Note 20 is also expected to receive a 108MP main camera and a brand new auto focus sensor. On the other hand, the Note 20 could fail the 108MP sensor and stick to the same 12MP sensor found on the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus.
The battery of the Plus model should also be larger than the supposedly 4,000 mAh battery of the Note 20.
For more information on the specifications and features of the Galaxy Note 20 phones, see the links below.