The YouTube channel Concept Creator in partnership with the LetsGoDigital website published detailed renderings of what could be the future Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series. Developed by designer Jermaine Smit, the concept based on rumors indicates that the South Korean giant would maintain the cascading panel style with camera positioned like a hole. The rear would have image sensors inside a rectangular frame – similar to the Galaxy S20 line.
The images also bring the possibility of the top-of-the-line family receiving a glossy finish – here in wine, blue, black and graphite colors -, as well as a metallic construction on the sides, top and bottom. The same proposal would be extended to the S Pen smart pen. Check out the conceptual video:
Previous rumors suggest that the Galaxy Note 20 line is made up of two members, one more basic and the other more robust – probably plus and ultra, respectively. Overall, they would be launched with a 120 Hz AMOLED screen and two processor options, a Snapdragon 865 and another Exynos – probably a more up-to-date future version.
There would still be chances that the simplest variant would offer 128 GB of storage, unlike the 256 GB available on the Galaxy Note 10. In this case, Samsung would adopt this space reduction to launch it at a more competitive price.
Should the manufacturer follow last year’s schedule, the Galaxy Note 20 series will be officially announced in August. So, for now, this information should be seen only as guesses.