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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 CAD renders reveal the design

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Samsung unveils its Galaxy Note series phones in August & this year as well, we are expecting the Galaxy Note 20 Series to launch in August. Due to the Coronavirus situation, Samsung has reportedly planned an online event for the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 & Note 20+.

Anyways, the CAD renders of Galaxy Note 20 were shared by David Kowalski aka @xleaks7 in collaboration with Pigtou, and while there are some elements that are not confirmed in these renders, these show the most up-to-date design of the Galaxy Note 20 that is known right now.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 CAD Render

When it comes to the design, the design of Note 20 is like a combination of the design of Galaxy Note 10 from the front & Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra from the rear. There is a punch-hole design on the front & like last year, the tiny punch-hole cutout is placed in the middle. The bezels are shown to be extremely thin all around in these CAD renders, but we will have to wait for some real-life images to see if that’s actually the case.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 CAD Render

There is a big rectangular camera module on the rear similar to the one on Galaxy S20 Ultra, and there are Quad cameras in the camera module. One of them is a periscope camera that we also saw on the S20 Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 CAD Render

To no surprise, there is no headphone jack on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. The USB Type-C port, primary speaker grill, and the S-Pen slot are on the bottom.

Now, the display in these CAD renders seems to be flat instead of curved like previous Samsung flagships. So, it looks Samsung is slowly moving towards the flat screens again as we saw the same with Galaxy S20 series phones that have a less curved display.

Well, we don’t know the specifications of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 yet so let’s wait for some more information. What do you think of the design? Do let us know via the comments section below.

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