Latest Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders and video: More of the same but the S Pen slot has moved from the right side to the left
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New supposed render images and a video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 have been exclusively published by an accessories website called Pigtou, which were received from a source known as xleaks7. So have a pinch of salt to hand, although looking at the somewhat typical overall look of the Galaxy Note 20 in the images and video (see below), you would be forgiven for instantly believing they are based on the real deal.
These new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders show a slightly more rounded design language in comparison to Ben Geskin’s latest effort. Few details are offered, but it seems the regular Galaxy Note 20 will have a 6.7-inch screen and will measure 161.8 x 75.3 x 8.5 mm. The mechanical buttons have been placed on the right side of the device, and a look at the connectivity options on the bottom edge shows the S Pen slot is now on the left-hand side, which hopefully won’t be the biggest difference that Samsung offers between the Note 20 and Note 10 in terms of design.
A punch-hole selfie camera is located in the center of the display on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, so it seems those users hoping for an under-screen solution will have to wait longer for that to come. The rear-facing camera design appears to be very similar to that of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. If these renders are genuinely based on official CAD drawings then it seems likely that it will be what the smartphone packs on the inside that will wow users more, as Samsung appears to be sticking to a tried and tested format when it comes to the design language. Apart from switching the S Pen slot from one side to the other that is.
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