Just a few days ago, we got our first glimpse at what Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 would look like. Now, we’re getting a look at the Galaxy Note20+ courtesy of the same source of the previous CAD-renders, Pigtou_, and frankly, I’m not sure what I’m looking at.
The major difference between the two Galaxy Note 20 devices seems to be that horrific camera array design. However, keep in mind that this is just a look at the design aspects of the phone so we don’t know the exact specifics of the camera setup.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note20+ will come in at 165 x 77.2 x 7.6mm dimensions which makes it a littler taller than the previous gen Galaxy Note10+. Otherwise, the dimensions of the device seems to be pretty similar, making the Galaxy Note20+ a giant at this point. The device will also feature a flat top and bottom with curved edges along the front and back panels.
On the front, it keeps the (at this point) signature single punch-hole cam in the center with the power button and volume moving along to the right, similar to what we saw on the Galaxy Note20 renders.
So far, these leaks have been some of the more believable out of the bunch. But the one glaring standout is that humongous, ugly rear camera array. That’s one thing I genuinely hope is inaccurate. At what point are we going to say enough is enough, and settle for a less is more attitude? As the years go by, smartphones’ camera setups have gotten bigger, and that is indeed a bad thing.
For now, let’s wait till Samsung officially unveils their latest flagships in August at their Unpacked event and hope this isn’t true.