The leaks don’t stop comin’, and now we’ve got our best look yet at Samsung’s next flagship: the Galaxy Note 20. A render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 leaked over the weekend, though we’re convinced these leaks aren’t accidental.
Of course, the leak comes from one of the world’s best serial leakers, Evan Blass. Who posted a wonderful 360-degree render of the device, including details we haven’t seen before. It’s almost as if Samsung doesn’t even need to host a reveal event anymore, but at least we can look forward to a whole range of other devices on 5 August.
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The leak shows the full device, and from this render we can tell that the Note will feature a flat-screen, replacing the curved display we’ve gotten used to on the Note range in recent years. It also features a thin set of bezels and a smaller camera module than the one seen on the Ultra leak.
On 5 August, we’ll see Samsung announce the Samsung Note 20, the bigger Ultra and probably a new Fold device, according to previous hints from Samsung. Reports point to a total of five new devices on the day, so we’re likely to see a new Watch device in the form of the Galaxy Watch 3 and a new set of Galaxy Buds.
Regardless, this is the best look yet at the Galaxy Note 20, and we’re excited to see it in its full glory, and hold it in our hands to give you the full rundown. Now we patiently await even more leaks, rumours and suggestions before the official reveals at Galaxy Unpacked.