Galaxy Note 20 renders show Samsung giving the Note 10 a twist of the Note 8 and Galaxy S10 series
Designed by LetsGoDigital and Jermaine Smit, better known as Concept Creator, these renders imagine what the next Galaxy Note series could look like if Samsung returned in part to some of its past designs. These are not renders based on leaked CAD models, for reference. Instead, they provide an insight into the possibilities of blending the design of the Note 10 with the Note 8 or Galaxy S10.
Accordingly, there is a punch-hole display with a small front-facing camera, along with a rectangular and horizontal rear-facing camera housing. LetsGoDigital and Smit have included three cameras, of which one appears to be a telephoto lens, and an LED flash. However, there is no reason to suggest that Samsung will not include at least four rear-facing sensors as it has with the Galaxy S20 series.
Speculated to be unveiled in August, LetsGoDigital and Smit have also given the Note 20 a textured-back. While the design may be eye-catching, we imagine that Samsung will continue with glass backs for the Note 20 series.
In our opinion, the Note 20 here looks sleeker and more refined than previous Note 20 renders do. Samsung has been tinkering with the design of its rear-facing camera housings over the last few years though, so do not be surprised to see something different arrive later this year on the back of the Note 20 series.
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