Evan Blass, a reliable tipster of Twitter, has shared a new video in his twitter account which shows the 360-degree video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. The rotating video of the smartphone gives us the idea of the design. There are several renders and even some official renders have also surfaced in the last few weeks but this is one of the first renders which shows the surrounding video of the smartphone.
Evan Blass has not revealed any other information about this divide in his twitter account but has surely discussed in his patron website, where you can get some of the most exclusive leaks from the tipster.
From this video, we can again see the centralized punch-hole selfie camera on the display. Around the back, we can see three high-resolution camera modules with a flash beside the camera sensors. The body looks plastic at there back, and there might be a metal frame at the side for better durability. Including that there will be an S-Pen and now it will be placed at the left side of the Type-C charging port.
According to GSMArena, the Galaxy Note 20 series will have 120Hz refresh screens where the Galaxy Note 20 would have FHD resolution and the Galaxy Note 20+ may come with QHD display. Both the smartphones will have a 5nm Exynos 992 chipset and the least possibility is that the Galaxy Note 20+ will feature Samsung’s 108MP sensor for its main camera.