As per usual, information about the next Note device from Samsung comes out way before the official announcement. For now, we managed to find info about the size and cameras of the Galaxy Note 20 series from some pretty reliable sources. So, without any further ado, let us get right into it!

Galaxy Note 20 Size and Cameras

Notes have always been bigger than anything else. That's nothing new. But, maybe now things are getting a little bit out of control. Even the base version of the Note 20 seems to be 6.7-inches big.

Galaxy Note 20

At the same time, 7-inch devices are practically considered mini tablets nowadays. The Note 20+, on the other hand, will reportedly have a 6.9-inch screen. So, even with very thin bezels, we're looking at a couple of massive phones here.

Other than that, we seem to be looking at a triple camera setup with some kind of fourth sensor. Probably some kind of infrared sensor for augmented reality or something among these lines - but we'll see what it's all about when the time comes.

Furthermore, the lenses are quite big. This could be an attempt to introduce cameras with a wider aperture to the mobile world. Something like that would make a world of difference in low-light photography. But, take that information with a grain of salt as it's nothing but speculation at the moment.

Wrapping Up

Screen size and cameras apart, we expect that as per usual, both phones will come with high refresh rate AMOLED displays, flagship chipsets, and with at least a 4,000 mAh battery.

Rumor has it that we're also going to see Samsung's 108MP camera once more. But, again, take that information with a grain of salt as leaks and rumors aren't always right.

In terms of design, not much seems to have changed - which isn't necessarily a bad thing. The Type-C port is at the same place and so is the notch.

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SOURCE: ENGADGET

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