Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus Rendering Exposure: 6.9-inch Hole-in-hole screen added to the potential lens for the first time

On May 25th, prominent whistleblower Onleaks released a rendering of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus. As shown in the figure, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus features a 6.9-inch dual-surface OLED display with a three-sided body size of 165mm x 77.2mm x 7.6mm, with the S Pen pen at the bottom moving to the left side of the body.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus Rendering Exposure: 6.9-inch Hole-in-hole screen added to the potential lens for the first time

Like the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the Galaxy Note 20 Plus features a periscope telephoto lens (the Galaxy Note series first used a periphoto lens), and the camera module is raised to a thickness of 10.7mm, and the camera’s specifications are not immediately known, after it was previously reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus has a master camera of 100 million pixels.

The core configuration is the Galaxy Note 20 Plus with Qualcomm SnapDragon865 flagship platform with 16GB of memory.

The aircraft will be released in August, and given the impact of the outbreak, Samsung is likely to hold a Launch Of the Galaxy Note 20 series online.

It is worth noting that the launch will also feature a standard version of the Galaxy Note 20.

Onleaks revealed that the Galaxy Note 20 has a lower screen curvature than the Galaxy Note 20 Plus and is closer to a straight screen.

In addition, the Galaxy Note 20 appears to be using a 60Hz refresh rate display with a resolution that could be FHD plus, while the Galaxy Note 20 plus has a refresh rate of 120Hz and a qHD plus resolution.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus Rendering Exposure: 6.9-inch Hole-in-hole screen added to the potential lens for the first time

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus Rendering Exposure: 6.9-inch Hole-in-hole screen added to the potential lens for the first time