Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series was recently released in the news. It was released in several concept renderings and some camera details were also released. Now the reliable treat has shared Steve H. ( @OnLeaks ) renderings and a 360-degree video of the Galaxy Note 20+, and given its track record so far, this could well be the real deal.  The front remains virtually unchanged from what we saw on the Galaxy Note 10 Duo, but the real difference is on the back. In contrast to concepts in which the camera module of the Galaxy S20 Ultra was slapped on the back, the new renderings of the Galaxy Note 20+ show a different view of the camera module. And oh my god, this camera shot is huge.
On the back of the upcoming Samsung flagship there are three vertically stacked lenses, the lower one of which is a periscope camera. We also see a smaller camera lens (probably a 3D ToF camera) under the LED flash and an apparent laser autofocus module. The glass back is curved, but the screen slopes very gently towards the edges and looks almost flat.
The Galaxy Note 20+ is said to include a 6.9-inch AMOLED display with a hole punched in the middle in line with the Infinity-O design language. Another minor change is that the S Pen slot has moved from the right edge of the Galaxy Note 10 and is aligned with the left edge of the Galaxy Note 20 +.