Samsung accidentally revealed the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra before official launch

Yolanda Curtis
July 3, 2020

Overnight the unreleased Galaxy Note 20 showed up on the Samsung website.

On Wednesday, Russian YouTuber Techno Harry spotted a surprising addition to the Galaxy Note 8 landing page on Samsung's Russian website.

According to frequent Samsung leaker Max Weinbach, who was among the first to spot the goof, the unannounced device is the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

Providing this wasn't a very confusing, elaborate prank, Samsung appears to have spoiled "Mystic Bronze" Galaxy Note 20 Ultra ahead of the official reveal next month.

These images, of course, have not been confirmed by Samsung, but they do quite clearly show a Galaxy Note that has never released.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders leaked.

What made the appearance of these images rather weird is the fact that they were located in the Galaxy Note 8 section of both websites.

The bottom lens on the backward facing camera module also appears to be different than the other two, though it's not clear exactly what kind of cameras the phone will have.

The original Samsung Galaxy Watch was available in 42mm and 46mm versions, referring to the size of the smartwatch's body, but it seems the smartwatch's successor, the Galaxy Watch 3, might come in smaller versions. In terms of tech specs, many reports are saying that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is going to feature a Snapdragon 865 chipset (most likely for the US), up to 16GB of RAM, a 6.9-inch QHD+ display, 108MP sensor as the main camera, a 4500mAh battery and a next-gen ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. As rumoured the display is expect though to support 120Hz, but not 2K resolution at that refresh rate, just it did not in the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

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