Last week we got our first look at the Galaxy Note 20 through a new name in the leaking game. Now we have the opportunity to get a closer look at the Note 20+ through the same source Pigtou who has teamed up with serial provider OnLeaks.
And here comes your first look at the massive 6.9-inch #Samsung #GalaxyNote20Plus! 360° video + gorgeous 4K renders + dimensions, on behalf of my Friends over @Pigtou_ -> https://t.co/TRlN710tsG pic.twitter.com/MnWwf6LLLY
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) May 24, 2020
As with any leak: It is important to note that these are not official renders. These renders have been compiled based on leaked CAD drawings that — while they could be accurate — may have been altered since the leak and before final engineering approval.
The device is reportedly going to be 165 x 77.2 x 7.6 mm, a slight increase over the Note 10. The decreasing size of bezels means a slight increase in size means a decent screen increase, a 6.9-inch screen. Similar to the Note 20 renders, the S Pen storage has been moved onto the left side.
The renders also give us a look at the potential of the cameras
There are two camera lenses, periscope lens and depth camera (the sensor and little lens below the flash). There is a bump coming from the camera module, just like on the S20 Ultra, which should make the phone slightly thicker, around 10.7 mm with camera bump. The lock button and volume rocker are on the right side of the phone.
OnLeaks has a history of accuracy with leaks and his involvement suggests legitimacy to these leaks. The sources suggest that we’re looking at a release in August and given the increasing regularity of leaks, we’ll know a lot more before then.