Thursday, August 18, 2022

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 design revealed in leaked images

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The image we are going to show you is obtained by @IceUniverse and they reveal the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20, which is alleged to launch in August. Though this is not the final design of the smartphone and may differ with the final product.

Being a reliable source we can trust the source and its images as they may match the original design in the long run. Now coming to the design, the phone looks more like the previous Galaxy Note 10 series.

The phone has a punch hole cut at the top middle of the display and uniform bezels on all sides. The rear camera design is like a rectangular bump with quad camera setup. The exact resolutions of all the camera sensors are still not revealed.

The Galaxy Note 20+ may come with a 4500mAh battery and 108MP main camera sensor, while the vanilla version Galaxy Note 20 may come with a 4000mAh battery and likely a 12MP main camera sensor, as on the Galaxy S20/S20+. Rumors of a Galaxy Note20 Ultra have repeatedly been ignored ain several ways.


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You can find Arnab mostly editing about smartphone launches and other smartphone-related news. Searching for the latest and the best news regarding smartphones and presenting it in an article is his sole intention. He also covers press releases, has also given many gadget reviews. If you have any leads and tips regarding any topics feel free to drop a mail: astro[email protected]


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