The new leak follows one Tuesday that indicated it would show the front of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra on Samsung’s website. The new Galaxy Note 20 S Pen leak also reveals a handy new virtual laser pointer mode for Samsung’s stylus.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is the most anticipated Android phone to be launched this year. Even the fact that we still don’t know the name yet of the mobile family: a Note 20 Plus or Note 20 Ultra.
The good news is we won’t have to wait much longer to get a glimpse of them. Samsung’s new big-screen flagship phones are expected to deliver much more upgraded features compared to its competitors.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra specifications are all over the Internet. Leaks, speculations, reports are everywhere, and many Android users are getting more and more excited about this.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra specs
As per Tom’s Guide, the Samsung Note 20 might be released this year along with the Note 20 Plus and rumored Note 20 Ultra. The new big-screen phone is expected to have more advanced 120Hz displays, highly enhanced cameras, and speedy performance.
We should also see several enhancements to Samsung’s hallmark S Pen stylus along with 5G connectivity standards. Samsung’s Note 20 will face intense competition this fall from Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup.
Based on leaks, the upcoming Note 20 Ultra will have 108MP primary rear cameras, 13MP telephotos, 12MP ultrawide, and a laser focus sensor. Its battery should range from 4,500 mAh to 5,000 mAh and have a screen size of 6.87 inches.
Leak images of the new Samsung smartphone
YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo shared images, allegedly, showing Samsung’s unannounced Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The pictures could be the first real-life look we’ve seen of the new Note series.
— Jimmy Is Promo (@jimmyispromo) July 7, 2020
Even though we are not able to verify the images, they show a very comparable device to one that was leaked earlier this month on Samsung’s website. If we are to compare, the view of the front of the phone is similar, showing a centered hole-punch notch at the top of the display.
We also noticed what looks to be the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s volume and power button located on the right side of the mobile device, similar to the Galaxy S20.
New event and release date
Samsung has announced that the company is holding an Unpacked event on August 5 at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT. We still don’t have an idea at what to expect during that event, but there’s a pretty good chance that Note 20 is going to be the star of the night.
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