This is our first preview of a detailed 360-degree rendering of the Galaxy Note 20

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The first one real The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s renderings leaked a few weeks ago, giving us a detailed look at the exterior design of the phone and in particular the rear-facing camera configuration. These initial renderings were accidentally shared by Samsung itself, so they should closely reflect the final design of the flagship. Now the prominent industry specialist @evleaks has acquired a 360-degree rendering of the smaller Galaxy Note 20, and the differences between the cameras and the Ultra model are more evident than ever.The 360 ​​degree rendering of the Galaxy Note 20 shared by @evleaks on its Patreon page reveals a triple camera configuration that does not have a ToF or laser autofocus module. More so, the rendering apparently confirms that the Galaxy Note 20 lacks a periscope-type camera, which means it won’t have the same zoom capabilities as the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

The 360-degree view of the Galaxy Note 20 also seems to confirm that at least the smallest flagship S Pen will have a flat screen. We have known about this possibility for about a month now, but we still don’t know if this design change will be adopted only by the Galaxy Note 20 or by itself and its larger Ultra sibling.

Other design details revealed by the rendering include an Infinity-O screen design with a selfie cutout in the center, similar to the Galaxy Note 10 series. Very early rumors suggested that Samsung could finally introduce selfie cameras to the screen with the Galaxy Note 20 series, but the technology is not yet viable for the consumer market, so we get an Infinity-O panel instead.

Finally, the Galaxy Note 20 has its physical buttons on the right edge, and we must admit that the mat finish shown in this rendering is magnificent. Check out the 360-degree rendering below and share your thoughts on the Galaxy Note 20’s exterior design.



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