The first unofficial Galaxy Note 20 models are on the internet, and it seems that we are getting some new design changes from the previous model, the Galaxy Note 10.
These new models suggest that the S-Pen will be moved to the left side of the phone.
About the design
The same source suggests that the Galaxy Note 20 will be over half a millimeter thicker than the Note 10 and 10 Plus. But the overall size will be close to the size of the Note 10 Plus.
The USB Type-C port will be placed in the middle of the phone’s bottom. There will be a single speaker placed next to it. The camera will be the same, as seen in the previous Note. Also, the back edges from the phone are a bit more curved than before, more like those on the S20 Ultra device. The display is, of course, flat.
About the price
The company is preparing to launch the Galaxy Note 20 device, and it seems that there would not be any delays. They are supposed to release it in August, together with the Galaxy Fold 2 device.
The Note 20 will probably come with a Plus variant, as well, and both of these variants will support 5G connectivity, even if you get Snapdragon or Exynos, so no worries there.
The price will probably be around $1,099. The Note 20+ will cost $100 more.
Keep in mind that all of this information comes from unofficial models, so we need to take it with a pinch of salt, at least until we get more information from an official source. We are still waiting for an official statement from the company.
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