The actual product image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was accidentally uploaded on Samsung Russia’s official website.
Samsung is drumming its activities a full month before the alleged August 5 Unpacked event. There has been no proof as of yet whether they’ll have a physical launch. However, signals point that they will do an online version of Unpacked instead. Last week, Samsung begged off the IFA 2020 for health reasons.
Unpacked 2020 will be unlike any previous version of the event if it will be held online. However, it will not be the first of its kind as OnePlus and Apple have paved the way for these types of launches. Nonetheless, Samsung patrons can expect a massive show from the Korean company.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra confirmed
Earlier last month, mixed rumors regarding the Galaxy Note 20 series surfaced online. Some speculated that Samsung would not have an Ultra model for the Note 20 series.
Fortunately, Samsung itself confirmed that the Note 20 Ultra would hit the markers. Max Weinbach, with his quick eyes, caught Samsung Russia accidentally uploading the Note 20 Ultra’s official photo. The image shows an elegant bronze-colored smartphone featuring an S Pen. This colorway of the Note 20 Ultra will be called ‘Mystic Bronze.’
The other colors of the new premium smartphone will allegedly be Mint Green and Purple. As the months go by, Samsung followers do expect the company to release other limited colorways for the Note 20 Ultra.
Its overall appearance in the leaked image is not much of a surprise. Several early leaks about the phone suspected many of the Note 20 Ultra’s exterior details. However, one fortunate confirmation not leaked was the camera bump style. The Note 20 Ultra will not have any text plastered all over the camera array, similar to the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Extremely high pricing
While Apple will allegedly be slashing off its iPhone 12 lineup’s price, Samsung is going the other way. Tech Maniac said that Samsung would have a price increase for the company’s latest flagship phone. He said that his close sources to Samsung would place a whopping €250 price jump from the previous Galaxy Note 10 in Greece.
If this leak holds, then the same high price point can be expected for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra all markets around the world. Prices will differ from region to region. However, the prices will hover within the same premium range. This leak hasn’t been confirmed, and everyone will have to wait for the August 5 event to know the actual retail price on this premium lineup.
Image from Max Weinback/ Twitter