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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus: image reveals rear camera

Until now, some images showing the alleged design of the Galaxy Note 20 had been circulated, but there was still no information on the “Plus” variant. Thanks to the renowned @OnLeaks leaker, we now have access to the first images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus and, it seems that it can arrive with a rear camera with a very unappealing look.

Considering Steve H. McFly’s history with regard to information about Samsung products, it is safe to say that these images present us with the “almost final” design of the next top of the range. This giant photographic module is certainly not to be liked by many users.

As for the dimensions of the smartphone, there is talk of a 10.7mm thickness with the photographic module and only 7.6mm of the Note 20 Plus body. Therefore, its four rear cameras will have a projection of 3.1 mm.

What we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus

These images end up confirming several details about your cameras, and confirm the suspicions that its design will be very similar to the Galaxy Note 10. Apparently, its curved screen will continue to be 6.9 “inches and will have the same punch hole positioned in the center.

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With regard to your cameras, we have three vertically aligned large sensors, the third of which will have a periscope lens. On the right we have an LED flash, followed by an autofocus module and a fourth sensor (depth).

While we expect to see the Galaxy Note 20 Plus arrive with a new main sensor of 108 megapixels, it seems that the same will not happen with the “normal” model. This should arrive with the same 12MP sensor present on the Galaxy S20.

As for the rest of its specifications, it is believed that its screen will have a 120Hz refresh rate and a 4,000mAh battery. Certainly over the next few weeks, many more details about Samsung’s upcoming range tops will be revealed.


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