Previously, we learned the first technical details of the upcoming line of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 smartphones and also got information on the design of the camera module. Based on these data, enthusiasts prepared a high-quality design concept for the South Korean phablet: Galaxy Note20 + images in gradient rainbow and gray colors were posted on Twitter by the renowned designer Ben Geskin.
The source notes that the devices differ from the previous generation in a smaller front camera hole, thinner frames and a new arrangement of side buttons. Instead of the left side familiar to the Galaxy Note series, they moved to the more traditional right one. If Samsung’s plans remain unchanged due to the pandemic, the announcement of the Galaxy Note 20 devices will happen in August this year.
Also, another new renderings of the device have come out online, this time from Pigtou and xleaks7. The new images, which you can see below, show us an elegant Galaxy Note 20. The dimensions would correspond to 161.8 x 75.3 x 8.5 mm, confirming a half-millimeter more thickness than the Galaxy Note 10 and a diagonal of the 6.7″ display. The screen has the central hole for the camera and appears to have a flat design, not curved at the edges. On the back we see a mirrored surface with lateral curves.
This would be the full design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20
Also on the back we see the rectangular camera module, one of the most evident common points between Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20 Ultra. The lower side features the audio speaker, the USB Type- C port and the housing for the classic S Pen.
At the moment, hardly a week goes by without new information on the Galaxy Note 20 from Samsung. The details that has recently emerged could, however, not be admired by the fans. Because the speculated battery capacities are said to be lower than expected.
It will probably not be long before we see the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and the larger Note 20+. This could also explain the increased frequency of leaks. But now a detail appeared that could possibly upset the fans, because it affects the battery capacity of the two Note models, which are said to be significantly lower than the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The Dutch website GalaxyClub is responsible for the leak. It got its hands on information about the battery. The smaller Note 20 should offer around 4,000 mAh (mAh) and the Note 20+ a battery with 4,500 mAh. For comparison: The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a whopping 5,000 mAh.
Could the Galaxy Note 20+ have a significantly low battery life? The question is justified, after all, the Galaxy Note 10+ had only 4,300mAh. The new model has a slighttly larger display, adding an extra 200mAh capacity.