Galaxy Note 20+ Leaked Press Render with In-Display Camera Gets Leaked

Galaxy Note 20+

Despite Samsung’s best efforts to keep Galaxy Note 20+ hidden from the spotlight until the smartphone is ready to launch, we got lucky and the folks at OnLeaks have managed to get their hands on a press render. However, the leak shouldn’t come as a surprise since Samsung is the world’s biggest company, and keeping a secret has never been its best attribute.

The leaked press render highlights the innovative design that Samsung’s next-gen smartphone has to offer and also some powerful features such as the rear camera setup and in-display selfie shooter. With that being said, let’s go ahead and check out everything there is to know about Galaxy Note 20+.

Leaked Press Render

The high-quality press renders from OnLeaks is showing us that the design that Samsung is planning to use on Galaxy Note 20+ doesn’t look that much different from the predecessor. Galaxy Note 20+ borrows the best features from the previous Galaxy Note 10+ such as subtle curves and boxy look.

We also want to highlight that the USB-C port and S Pen silo are located similarly on Galaxy Note 20+ as they were on the previous model. Moreover, the upcoming smartphone features the following dimensions: 165mm long, 77.2mm wide, and 7.6mm thick (excluding the camera bump).

In-Display Camera

The feature that stands out the most when looking at the leaked press render is the in-display camera. This feature was introduced by Chinese smartphone manufacturers back in 2018 and now, Samsung is adopting it.

What makes Galaxy Note 20+ stand out is the fact that the selfie camera is equipped with a ToF (time of flight) sensor. This is great news for Samsung fans who are looking forward to buying Galaxy Note 20+. Thanks to the ToF sensor, the smartphone will have access to facial recognition.