Samsung has scheduled its next Unpacked event on August 5th. At that moment, the South Korean will reveal the new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and who knows a few more surprises.
A few weeks before the presentation, the renowned Evan Blass reveals to the world what the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will look like aesthetically. After confirming the design of the Note 20 Ultra, now it is time to look at his brother.
The first feature that strikes us is the implementation of a screen without curved sides. This is one of the ways that we will have to distinguish the two new Note, since the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will come with a slightly curved screen on the sides.
In fact, the screen will be one of the main differentiating points between both devices. Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will still be limited to a Full-HD + resolution screen and a refresh rate of 60Hz.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will have three photo sensors on the back
Evan Blass didn’t just collect information about the front of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. His images cover the entire smartphone, so we can also see how his rear camera will be.
Embedded in a square module, as has been the habit of the brand, will be three photographic sensors accompanied by the respective flash. Contrary to what happens with the Ultra model, the Galaxy note 20 will lack a periscopic lens.
Therefore, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will come equipped with a main lens, a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens. This is a set similar to what we can also find on the Galaxy S20.
In short, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will continue to be an extremely elegant device, despite some limitations compared to its brother. These are intended to reduce the production costs of the smartphone, so you can put it on the market at a more affordable price.
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