Samsung Unpacked is returning on the 5th of August, which can only mean one thing- the launch of the Galaxy Note 20. Now, thanks to some reliable leaks, we've got our first good look at Samsung's new phablet, as well as a few other accessories Samsung has lined up.
Well-known mobile leaker, Evan Blass, posted our first proper look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 recently, giving us a full 360-degree render of the device ahead of Samsung Unpacked in a few weeks time:
I feel like, with a leak such as this, several hours of exclusivity for Patreon subs should suffice. Many of you have been quite patient. 😊 pic.twitter.com/MqxzlRpD5e
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 17, 2020
The Galaxy Note 20 has a much larger, flatter screen than what we would typically expect from Samsung. On the back, we can see a bulky camera module, although based on other leaks, this is the standard Note 20 and note the Note 20 Ultra. It is expected that the Ultra will have an additional sensor on the camera module for enhanced auto focus or 3D depth of field.
Hardware-wise, the Note 20 is anticipated to feature a Snapdragon 865 or Samsung Exynos 990 SoC under the hood, although the version you get will depend on region. Typically, the Snapdragon model Samsung phones are sold in the US, while other regions get Exynos chips.
Other devices tipped to feature at Unpacked next month include the Galaxy Tab S7, Z Flip 5G, Samsung Buds Live and a new smart watch.
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KitGuru Says: There is a lot to look forward to from Samsung Unpacked next month. Are many of you planning on getting a new smartphone soon? Will you be waiting for the Note 20?