New CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 have just surfaced, courtesy of Pigtou, in collaboration with people who say the renders are based on drawings from outlet’s sources and isn’t a conceptual render.
Essentially meaning, this could be our one true look at the Galaxy Note 20. They do mention that some of the elements are yet to be confirmed, so keep that in mind.
From the video, we see a device that looks identical to a phone we’re quite familiar with; the Galaxy S20 series. Which is unsurprising considering Samsung’s current design language. While it does retain the form factor of the S20 Ultra, along with the camera array on the rear, it does have that signature boxy design of the Galaxy Note lineup which we’ve come to expect.
Some of the dimensions are also available, with the Galaxy Note 20 touted to come in at 161.8 x 75.3 X 8.5mm. This makes the device roughly the same size as the Galaxy Note 10+, which could be either a good thing or bad depending on your preferences. This could also mean we can expect to be an even larger Galaxy Note 20+ and I can’t even begin to process that.
Based on the renders, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is expected to come with a 6.7-inch display, with a twist. We can see a pretty flat display, and when I say pretty flat, I mean flat AF.
Other details we can discern from the renders is the relocating of a few things on the device. The S Pen seemed to have moved from the right to the left, and the power button has not returned to the right hand side of the device after Samsung’s albeit weird decision to move it on the left on the Note 10 lineup. Hopefully the differentiate the volume rocker and power buttons enough because when I reviewed the Note 10+, that was a standout when it came to the review.
But for now, that’s pretty much what we could expect Samsung’s next entries into the Galaxy Note lineup will look like. It’s not bombastic, and exciting, but it’s something. Of course, this can’t be taken as a fully final look at the device, as things can and will probably change down the pipeline. But that being said, stay tuned to LiveatPC.com to see the latest updates on Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 20 lineup!