Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Renders Surfaced Online
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Renders Surfaced Online

Key Points:
  • It offers the first look at the device.
  • The camera setup looks like Galaxy S20 series.
  • Samsung is expected to announce the device in August this year.

Just yesterday, we updated that Samsung may launch the Galaxy Note 20 series via an online event and now the first render of the Galaxy Note 20 surfaced online which offers the very first look at the upcoming device along with the key specification details and the designing language.

Going to the render, the device will have a 6.7 inch display and there is a punch-hole design at the center of the screen, the hook of the S-pen at the bottom side of the device along with the USB Type-C port and the SIM tray at the top side.

Talking about the rear camera setup, it looks like the Galaxy S20 Ultra and the camera module is 38.1 mm long as well as 21.9 mm wide. Having said that, the source says that the company hasn’t fixed the design that means it may be changed at the time of the official announcement.

So, that’s all the information we have at this moment of time but the company is expected to launch the device in August this year and that’s why we can expect more information about the same in the coming weeks. We would like to hear your thoughts and expectations about the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series in the comments section below and also stay tuned with us for more interesting news at your fingertips.

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