Now that the Samsung Galaxy S20 launch is out of the way, the next phone in question coming from the South Korean tech giant will be the Galaxy Note 20 series. Assuming Samsung is keeping to schedule, the phone will most likely be launched in the third quarter of the year.
Now thanks to renders shared by LetsGoDigital that were cooked up by Jermaine Smit, better known online as Concept Creator, we might have an idea of what the phone could look like. We should point out that these renders are in no way official, and according to Smit, they are largely based on the rumors surrounding the phone.
This means that the actual device could end up looking very different from the renders, although given Samsung’s designs in recent years, it does look very plausible. The renders show a phone with a curved display around the sides of the phone, a front-facing hole-punch camera on the front, and what appears to be a quad camera setup on the back.
The overall design of the phone looks a lot like the Samsung Galaxy S20, although we suppose this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. This means that save for support for the S Pen, the majority of the changes will most likely be under the hood.
The rumors are claiming that we could be looking at specs like 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, 512GB of storage, a massive 5,000mAh battery, and maybe 100x zoom.