Samsung may have accidentally revealed its upcoming latest flagship ahead of schedule. On the company’s official Russian website, there’s a photo of the latest Note-series smartphone. According to Samsung’s regular leaker Max Weinbach, who was among the first to recognize the leak, the unveiled device is the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The smartphone is snapped in a different color reportedly named “Mystic Bronze.”
While it’s not approved yet that the pictures of the copper-colored phone are actually of Samsung’s latest flagship, they definitely do represent an unreleased Galaxy Note phone, with a camera array that features a folded zoom lens and a pretty identical pattern to the Galaxy S20 Ultra unveiled earlier this year.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Just like the S20 Ultra, it seems that the Note 20 Ultra will use a periscope telephoto lens. As you can notice from the picture, the bottom lens emphasizes a notably distinct design than the other two cameras on the back of the phone.
The S Pen’s design doesn’t change pretty much. We also find that the power and volume keys are back on the right side. We didn’t like them being on the left side as it was done on the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+.
Sadly, we don’t know detailed information about the device at the moment, but we at least have some features about the other Note 20 phones Samsung intends to unveil this year. According to a leak from May, the Note 20 and the Note 20+ will reportedly feature 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch displays. They may also feature processor and RAM upgrades. As it’s done earlier, we assume Samsung will reveal the Note 20 series sometime in August.