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Purported Galaxy Note20+ renders show a 6.9-inch display and huge camera bump

By Cookie Monster - on 26 May 2020, 12:00am

Purported Galaxy Note20+ renders show a 6.9-inch display and huge camera bump

Purported render of the Samsung Galaxy Note20+.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note20 lineup will look similar to the current Galaxy Note10 models according to purported renders provided by @OnLeaks and Pigtou. 

Like the Galaxy Note10 models, Samsung is expected to retain the edge-to-edge displays with slight curved sides and a central hole-punch cutout for the front-facing camera on the Galaxy Note20 models. The Galaxy Note20+ is said to be slightly longer than the 6.8-inch Galaxy Note10+ (165mm vs 162.3mm) due to a bigger 6.9-inch display.

The highlight of the renders is the camera bump on the back. Aside from the three standard lenses (wide, ultra-wide and telephoto), the Note20+ is expected to come with periscope lens and a depth lens.

While you may think the Galaxy Note20+ may come with the same camera features as the Galaxy S20 Ultra, tipster Ice Universe claims otherwise. Ice Universe shared that the Galaxy Note20+ may not come with the 100X Space Zoom feature.

Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note20 lineup in August despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. 

The Samsung Galaxy Note20+ is seen with a huge camera bump on the back based on purported renders.

Source: @OnLeaks and Pigtou