Now that it looks like Samsung has finally finished revamping its mid-range and launched its latest affordable 5G models, it looks like we can once again focus on the firm’s next big launch. Wait … Is that mobile that appears in the Galaxy Store the new Samsung Galaxy Note 20?
We are a few months away from the official launch of the next Samsung flagship, which is expected in late August if the global pandemic to which we are subjected does not delay the usual launch of the brand’s range caps. However, it is possible that Samsung wanted to play with us showing the possible design of this new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 within the Samsung Rewards section of the Galaxy Store.
The following photograph appears as a featured image in the $1 Spot Themes category showing three Samsung Galaxy devices. These include the Samsung Galaxy S10 +, the Galaxy S20, and a phone that looks like no other in the manufacturer’s catalog.
From what we see in the image, this device lacks the Infinity-O screen, and its design does not coincide with recent leaks, so right now we are a little confused. Another possible explanation for this design is that the mobile could also include the front camera in a hole drilled on the screen that would now be located in the upper left corner of the screen, thus completing all possible spaces to house this front sensor. (right on the Galaxy S10, center on the Galaxy S20 and left on the Galaxy Note 20).
Of course, there is also the possibility that the future Galaxy Note 20 arrives with a new camera under the screen or that it makes use of a pop-up module, although this is less feasible since almost all manufacturers have chosen to forgo this format. Similarly it seems that it would be the mobile phone with the narrowest screen frames in the entire Samsung catalog.
Beyond this renewed design, what is certain is that the mobile will cost again for an Exynos 990 chipset like the one we see in the current Galaxy S20, a sAMOLED panel and a system of up to 4-5 sensors in its rear camera. Unfortunately, we still have enough to answer questions.