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Galaxy Note 20+ design is revealed and surprises the Internet!

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Galaxy Note 20+ design is revealed and surprises the Internet!

Samsung will launch the new Note tops in the second half of this year. Now and to make us even more curious, here is an image that has just arrived on the Internet that reveals some details about the design of the Galaxy Note 20+. The image shows mainly the design of the front camera which occupies a central position and also the configuration of the rear camera. Big wheels like the iPhone, but all aligned vertically. This leak comes straight out of the hand of our acquaintance Ice Universe.

Galaxy Note 20 design is revealed and surprises the Internet!

It is true that the design is far from beautiful but we have to take into account that this turns out to be a kind of test. Hence having those thick frames. However, the cameras must have something more to cover those wheels, or else an approach more similar to what Apple did with the iPhone 11 will be used.

Galaxy Note 20+ design

In any case, the design is giving a lot to talk about in several discussion forums. Some claim that details are still lacking and it is too early to express any opinion. Others claim it is uglier than they could ever imagine.

According to previous reports, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20+ will have a version with 16 GB of RAM, which is excellent. In addition, they are said to be the first to use Qualcomm's second generation Sonic Max 3D fingerprint recognition sensor. The ultrasonic fingerprint sensor was launched in December and can read two fingerprints simultaneously.

Galaxy Note 20+ design

At the camera level, you must integrate the same 108 megapixel sensor that is on the Galaxy S20 Ultra, or choose this one to escape any problems that arose with Samsung's latest flagship.

However, the Plus version must have a 4500 mAh battery. In practice they are 200 mAh more than in the Galaxy Note 10+. The Galaxy Note 20 will bet on a 4000 mAh battery.

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