We’re many months away from the launch of the expected Samsung Galaxy Note 20, the follow-up to last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Today, we got what could be our first look at the basic design of the device, courtesy of smartphone accessory store Pigtou.
Pigtou sourced these images from someone named David who operates under the name “xleaks7.” This is not a source we have heard from enough to fully trust, and even Pigtou itself is relatively new in the smartphone leak game, so treat the video above and images below with a heavy dose of skepticism.
With that out of the way, here’s what the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 could look like:
Despite the unproven reputation of the source of these images, they line up very well with the design we expect to see on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. Essentially, the device is slimmed-down Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with a similar camera module, display, and overall look.
What these Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders suggest
The only really notable thing here that we weren’t expecting is the movement of the S Pen. Usually, the stylus is slotted in on the right side of the device, but these renders show it on the left. Once again, these renders don’t come from a reliable source, but they are supposedly based on unfinished CAD files. Therefore, it might be that these are inaccurate or that Samsung is toying with the idea of moving the S Pen but hasn’t decided yet.
Regardless of how accurate these renders are, we wouldn’t at all be surprised if this is what the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will look like. The Note line has never deviated too far from the Galaxy S line so these renders line right up with what we imagined.
We’ll need to wait and see if Pigtou can source some renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus. We’re also excited to see what other more reliable leakers will have for us in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!