Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus will reportedly feature a bigger-than-usual camera bump
The renders were leaked by OnLeaks in collaboration with phone-case maker Pigtou. The render leaked on CAD drawings (A CAD drawing is a detailed 2D or 3D illustration displaying the components of an engineering or architectural project).
The most obvious feature is the big, nearly edge-to-edge display with curved bezels, sloping sides, and a small central hole-punch cut-out for the selfie camera that is similar to the 2019 design. The top and bottom edge are also similar to that of Note 10 Plus with speaker grill, charging port, and space for stylus Pen ( a stylus is a small pen-shaped instrument whose tip position on a touchscreen can be detected by the screen).
For the size, the device is reportedly slightly bigger than the 10 Plus, with a 6.9-inch display instead screen. The Note 20 renders show a larger, more rectangular module that clearly integrates all these components such as lenses among other things into a single raised unit.
This is extremely similar to the camera system on this year’s Galaxy S20 Ultra, which was made to show off Samsung’s photography abilities. The S20 Ultra’s module contained fived lenses wearing up to 108 megapixels and a 4x optical zoom that offered solid results up to a 10x zoom with the help of software.