Evan Blass leaks the first official photo of the Galaxy Note20.
After having seen the Galaxy Note20 Ultra in an official photo leaked by Samsung itself, the famous leaker Evan Blass has done his thing again, publishing the first official image of the Samsung Galaxy Note20, the trimmed model of the new family that Samsung will present next August 5 at an Unpacked event held virtually.
The leak has been posted on Patreon’s profile of evleaks, and later shared by 9to5Google, and contains a video showing the new Galaxy Note20 in black, showing a renewed design that stands out for the inclusion of a flat screen, which moves away from the pronounced curvatures so characteristic of the latest models in the series to thus follow the lines introduced with the Galaxy S20 series.
This is the Galaxy Note20
Although we had already seen the variant Ultra on several occasions through different leaks, this is the first time that the smallest model in the Note20 series shows in high quality images. Thanks to them, it is possible to appreciate all the features of its design, including the inclusion of a rectangular camera module somewhat smaller than the Ultra model, but still occupying a considerable area. This houses a total of three photographic sensorsas well as an LED flash and a small hole that could house a microphone for capturing audio during video recording.
It is also appreciated how Samsung would have decided to bet on a matte finish for the back of the phone, leaving behind the glitters and gradient finishes present in the previous generation.
Nor is the hole on screen located in the upper central part of a panel that is surrounded by very narrow marginsthat only leave room for him speaker for calls located at the top end.
The images do not confirm much more about the phone, although at this point most details have already been leaked of this new series of terminals. Today, only the price of the devices is kept secret, although luckily they only separate us a few weeks until the day of their presentation.
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