Samsung's second flagship phone this year, the Galaxy Note 20, is expected to launch in August.
And leaks are constantly coming up.
This year too, two Note series phones are likely to be introduced, one of which will be the Galaxy Note 20 and the other Note 20 Plus.
Ice Universe, a Twitter user who leaked accurate information about Samsung's phones, has said that the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will be given a 108-megapixel camera.
The TOF sensor will be replaced with a laser focus camera that will support the main camera.
The camera sensor will feature the Samsung Bright HM1, similar to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, and will be replaced by a laser focus sensor instead of a timed flight analyzer.
Similarly, 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle will also be a part of this phone in which the volume of the sensor will be 1 / 2.55.
The Periscope telephoto lens will be 13 megapixels with 50x hybrid zoom possible, but Samsung no longer wants to work for the 100x zoom.
Earlier, it was reported in Lexus that the Galaxy Note 20 Plus will be powered by an updated Exynos 992 processor, while in some countries the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 processor.
It is also believed that the phone will have a 4300 mAh battery and a 6.9-inch display with a five-hole selfie camera.
In comparison, the Galaxy Note 20 is expected to have a display size of 6.7 inches.
Both the phones are expected to have a 120 Hz refresh rate, S Pen Stylus, 16 GB RAM, and 25-watt wireless charging support.
And yes, both phones are unlikely to have a headphone jack, while it will be Samsung's first flagship phone to be introduced online instead of at an event due to the Coronavirus epidemic.