Samsung’s Note 20 series event is just a little over a month away. Since then, we have gotten a lot of information about the behemoth of a phone. As we know, the rumour trail doesn’t leave any device alone. According to many leaks, we know stuff about the camera details, some information on the display too. We found out that the smaller Note would have a 60Hz panel while the bigger one would have a variable refresh rate. Now though, as we get closer to the launch, we get to know more details about the upcoming devices.
I shot Note10+ at the same angle, let's compare the subtle differences between N20U and N10+.
1.N20U is more square
2. N20U bezel is narrower
3. N20U hole is smaller
4.N20U seems to be more curved pic.twitter.com/TBSooqTMiB
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In an exclusive look at a side-by-side comparison of the Note 20 Ultra and the Note 10+, we see the difference in display styles. According to the tweet, we see four major differences in the two displays which are a generation apart. Firstly, the Note 20 Ultra follows a more boxy design as compared to the last year model. It perhaps improves the grip for the device. This has been the style language followed by Samsung, for this generation. As we can see, Samsung: the king of displays, has managed to push the bezels, even more, making the screen look even more immersive. To have maximum screen real-estate, the company has also made the camera hold a tiny bit smaller. Lastly, we go to screen style. Now, this seems a bit off. Last year, we saw Samsung actually decrease the curvature for its flagships. The S20 lineup has more of a flat display style. Now, in the case of the Note 20 Ultra, the curvature has increased. Perhaps this is to accommodate the larger screen size in a smaller footprint.
Let’s just hope we get to know about the device and see why Samsung went for a more curved panel.