Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series has grabbed some headlines lately, and now leak source Steve H. ( @OnLeaks ) has shared renders and a 360-degree video showing the design of the Galaxy Note 20+ on Pigtou.
The front end remains pretty much the same as what we saw on the Galaxy Note 10, but the rear panel is where the difference is.
The rear camera module appears to be quite large and has three vertically aligned lenses, the lower one being a periscope camera. We also see a smaller lens (probably a 3D ToF camera) underneath the LED flash and what appears to be a laser autofocus module.
The glass back panel is curved, but the display tilts towards the edges very smoothly and appears almost flat.
The Galaxy Note 20+ is believed to have a 6.9 ″ AMOLED display with a center drilled hole, in line with the Infinity-O design. Another minor change is that the S Pen slot has been moved from the right edge of the Galaxy Note10 to the left edge of the Note20 +.