Just days after some renders surfaced to give us our first clear look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, the Galaxy Note 20+ may have been revealed as well.
The new renders are based on CAD drawings and show a device whose design doesn't look too different from last year's Note 10+. Shared by OnLeaks and Pigtou, the images show a display with slim bezels and a slight chin, though as with the Note 20 we saw the other day, the volume and power buttons have moved from the left side of the device on the Note 10+ to the right side on the Note 20+.
The S Pen has switched sides on this Note 20, too. The stylus lives on the right side of the bottom of the Note 10+, but on this Note 20+ it's moved to the left side of the device's bottom.
The biggest change here is the rear camera setup. While the Note 10+ has three cams inside a pill-shaped camera bump and then a flash and depth camera to the right of that bump, the Note 20+ borrows from the Galaxy S20 Ultra and has a larger rectangular camera bump that houses all the sensors and flash.
Inside that camera bump we can see three cameras plus what could be a depth sensor like on the Note 10+. There's a flash located above that fourth sensor, too.
The dimensions for the Galaxy Note 20+ are said to be 165mm x 77.2mm x 7.6mm. To compare, the Note 10+ is 162.3mm x 77.2mm x 7.9mm.
When it comes to specs, rumors have suggesting that the Galaxy Note 20+ could feature a 6.87-inch 3096x1444 display with 120Hz refresh rate and a 4500mAh battery. That's up from the Note 10+'s 6.8-inch 3040x1440 screen with 60Hz refresh rate and 4300mAh battery. We've also heard that the Note 20+ could get a 108MP camera and that while it won't have the 100X zoom feature of the S20 Ultra, it could get a new sensor to help focusing.
The latest rumors say Samsung could introduce the Note 20 and Note 20+ during an online event in August. Based on what we've seen and heard so far, are you interested in Samsung's next Notes?