Samsung may have leaked the Note 20 Ultra on its own website

Yolanda Curtis
July 3, 2020

Individually, I have often been a supporter of the big and blocky styling Samsung applies to the Note lineup and this year's telephones appear to be to just take that to the upcoming amount.

The handset sports a 6.4-inch Full-HD+ (1080x2400 pixels) AMOLED screen with a 20:9 aspect ratio and a built-in fingerprint sensor. The premium variant might feature 16GB RAM with 1TB of storage. In addition to the price cut, Samsung has also announced a cashback offer for customers that buy it with an ICICI Bank credit card. As usual, the battery might be around 4500-5000 mAh. The potential slip-up was first spotted by noted leaker Ishan Agarwal, after visiting the page for ourselves, Gizmodo can confirm that these pics are being hosted on Samsung's official Russian website. A Youtuber named Techno Harry has found it. Oddly, the images appear on a page for the Galaxy Note 8; they're the background on the "Discover the next-generation Note" section. The leak gives us a 360-degree view at the device.

Samsung reportedly replaced the Time of Flight sensor with a new laser auto-focus element on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which has reportedly solved all the auto-focus problems. According to GSMArena, the bottom lens is probably a prism lens for zooming capability while all three of the sensors have a mystic bronze accent ring to it along with the periphery of the camera setup that looks pretty dope. Upon a closer look, we can see that the power button and the volume rockers are shifted to the right side. Furthermore, the design of the phone and arrangement of its rear camera modules aligns with previous fan renders that were created based on leaked schematics. The release date isn't available yet but we can expect the device to be released in the next two months.

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