Samsung Galaxy Note 20 revealed in 360-degree marketing render
Evan Blass is on a roll, with the prominent leaker publishing renders of not just the ASUS ROG Phone 3 today but also of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. Samsung has already teased the design of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, but this is the first sighting we have seen of the entry-level model.
From the 360° render below, we can deduce that the Galaxy Note 20 will have a flat display, unlike the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. It will also have a single front-facing camera like the Galaxy Note 10 and miniature display bezels. The render appears to show the Galaxy Note 20 with a larger bottom bezel than competing iPhones, though. Overall, the front of the Galaxy Note 20 looks clean, but there are hardly any differences between it and its predecessor.
The back of the device does not look all that different from the Galaxy Note 10, either. There are still three rear-facing cameras and an LED flash, although these are now contained within one camera unit along with a microphone. The Samsung logo has moved towards the bottom of the back panel, but this is not much of a change in of itself. We imagine that the back panel is made of glass, to which Samsung has applied a matte finish.