In the past few weeks, a lot of information about the Galaxy Note 20 series of smart series has been exposed on the web, such as the possible use of a 108-megapixel rear-camera plus 4500mAh battery. Now, well-known whistleblowers @UniverseIce share the front and back of the Galaxy Note 20, giving us a first look at the shape of this upcoming flagship product.
As shown in the spy image above, the Galaxy Note 20 features a front-centered Infinity-O punch screen similar to the Galaxy Series, with rectangular camera modules visible on the back (three-camera and LED flash openings).
But the source added that the spy photo was only a rough design preview, meaning there was still room for further adjustment.
Earlier rumors have it that the Galaxy Note 20 series may have pioneered Qualcomm’s new 3D Sonic Max ultrasonic fingerprint recognition technology. The technology creates a 17-fold larger sensing area, covering an area of 20mm by 30mm (the industry’s general 4mm by 9mm).
The flagship model is also expected to feature a 6.87-inch “low-temperature polycrystalline oxide” (LTPO) energy-saving screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, with a 60Hz screen as standard in the regular version. For batteries, the Note 20 plus and note 20 are either 4500 / 4000 mAh, respectively.