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The Galaxy Note 20 poses for the camera with a new 360-degree render

Galaxy Note 20 Mystic Bronze
Galaxy Note 20 Mystic Bronze (Image credit: Samsung)

What you need to know

  • Another render of Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 has made its way online by way of leaker Evan Blass.
  • This 360-degree render shows off the smartphone from all sides, including its flat display.
  • Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 20 this August.

Samsung's base Galaxy Note 20 has been leaked again online, this time showcasing off all its details in a new 3D render. You can find the leaks from Evan Blass (evleaks) over at his Patreon here. Rather than just a photo like Samsung's own leak, this is a full 360-degree look at the upcoming Galaxy, showing off all its secrets.

https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/1284220060844937217?s=20

From the render, it's clear that Samsung is dropping the curves for a completely flat display. The hole punch display the company's been using in its latest flagships makes a return, as does the squared-off camera bump from the S20 Ultra. Other than that, it's pretty much everything we're exeting Samsung to announce when the Note 20 makes a debut at Unpacked this August.

The Galaxy Note 20 is expected to come with top of the line specs as per usual. It'll be powered by either the Snapdragon 865+ or the Exynos 992, come with 128GB as its base amount of storage, and likely pack as much as 16GB of RAM. Samsung is expected to ditch the Space Zoom feature of the S20 Ultra, but otherwise the cameras are predicted to impress.

Would you be interested in the Galaxy Note 20 when it launches? Let us know in the comments below.

4 Comments
  • Looking forward to to unveiling.
  • Got the Note 10+ last November and I plan to upgrade it to the Note 20.
    Perhaps not immediately after launch but definitely before the end of the year!
  • I definitely want the Ultra.
  • It can look amazing all it wants and I'm a big Note fan but they are gonna shaft Europe again with the Exynos 990 processer if rumours are to be believed which frankly is a utter joke! I've moved to a Pixel 4 XL now and to be honest it does all I want at half the price of the Samsung and with 3 years support, so Samsung really need to make some changes before I'd buy another of their handsets.