Many of the Galaxy Note 20 leaks we've seen lately have been focused on the Ultra model, but today we've got something for folks more interested in the smaller version.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has been shown off in a high-quality 360-degree render. The image shared by Evan Blass gives us a clear look at the non-Ultra Note 20, which appears to have a design that's fairly similar to the Note 20 Ultra but may have a slightly smaller rear camera bump.
The design includes slim bezels around the display with a little bit of a chin as well as a hole-punch selfie camera centered at the top of the screen. There's a triple rear camera setup on the back of the Note 20 along with a flash, but it doesn't appear to have the same little strip of sensors found in the camera bump of the Note 20 Ultra.
Past rumors have said that the Note 20 could have a 6.3-inch 2280x1080 display, which would be a bit smaller than the Note 20 Ultra's rumored 6.87-inch 3096x1444 screens. We've also heard that the Note 20 may not get the 120Hz refresh rate that's rumored to be coming with the Note 20 Ultra.
Samsung will reveal both the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra on August 5.