We've heard quite a few spec details for the Galaxy Note 20 so far, but today our first early look at the design may have leaked out.
New images posted to Twitter claim to show the design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Shared by Ice Universe, the source of previous Samsung leaks, the front of the device looks fairly similar to the Galaxy Note 10 with a square shape and a hole-punch that's centered at the top of the display.
Around back is a triple rear camera setup in the upper-left corner of the device's body. Rather than a pill-shaped camera housing like on the Note 10, though, this Note 20 has a more Galaxy S20-like rectangular camera housing. With this design, the flash or extra sensors are packed into the camera housing like on the S20 rather than outside of it like on the Note 10.
One thing to keep in mind with this leak is that it's not a precise rendering. In a follow-up tweet, Ice Universe says, "Don't believe its bezel, just a rough design preview."
While this is a "rough design preview", it's reasonable to think that this is a design that Samsung could use for the Galaxy Note 20. It just began using this overall design with a centered hole-punch last year with the Note 10, and the rectangular rear camera housing just debuted on the Galaxy S20 this year and so it's definitely possible that Samsung could carry it over to the Galaxy Note 20.
Other rumors have suggested that the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ will both get bigger screens than the Note 10 and Note 10+, moving up to 6.42-inch and 6.8-inch screens, respectively. The Note 20 and Note 20+ are also rumored to have 4000mAh and 4500mAh batteries, and reports have claimed that the Note 20+ could get a 120Hz display and 108MP rear camera, too.
Galaxy Note20. pic.twitter.com/g9agV6U7NN
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2020