Samsung Galaxy Note 20 model 360-degree rendering display exposure using a flat display.

Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy Note 20 Series smart machine at its Unpacked launch on August 5, but Evan Blass (@evLeaks) has been the first to share a 360-degree rendering of the Note 20 model on the Patreon website. The motion chart reveals some interesting details of the Note 20, such as the “normal” flat screen display and the familiar punchscreen front. Last month’s revelations also pointed out that the machine may only support a refresh rate of 60Hz compared to the Note 20 plus and the Note 20 Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 model 360-degree rendering display exposure using a flat display.

Renderings reveal that the Note 20 features a rear-mounted three-camera, which reminds us of the Galaxy S20 released earlier this year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 model 360-degree rendering display exposure using a flat display.

However, the Note 20’s rear module looks more “robust” than the Galaxy S20, and Samsung is expected to introduce at least one optical upgrade.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 model 360-degree rendering display exposure using a flat display.

Finally, while @evLeaks did not share more specifications for the Note 20 this time, it was earlier reported that the machine would use Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 plus chipsets in some markets, but the rest of the international market for Note 20 models or with older Exynos 990 chipsets.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 model 360-degree rendering display exposure using a flat display.