Did Samsung Just Leak Its Handsome New Galaxy Note 20 Ultra?
We only get a glimpse of the device from the back and from the side, but we can see what looks to be two standard camera sensors along with a periscope zoom lens at the bottom of the rear camera pod. As for the copper/bronze finish, this was already confirmed by Ice Universe in a tweet earlier this morning. The color is also used for the device's S Pen.
Interestingly enough, case images also leaked by Ice Universe this morning also seemingly confirm the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra's design.
Note20 Ultra vs. Note20 pic.twitter.com/nQjR7M5Y1b— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 1, 2020
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is rumored to come to market with a Snapdragon 865 SoC (Snapdragon 865+ if there's any truth to recent rumors that Qualcomm will launch a flagship "+" variant this year) and at least 16GB of RAM. We're also expecting a 120Hz QHD+ display that uses low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) technology also seen on the Apple Watch Series 5.
Compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 10+, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is said to be thinner and narrower and include smaller display bezels. Samsung has also allegedly even paid attention to the hole punch cut-out for the selfie camera, which is reportedly 1mm smaller.
As for the cameras, at least one of those rear cameras is said to feature a 108MP sensor, although we hope it likely won't have any of the issues that plagued the Galaxy S20 Ultra shortly after its launch. Samsung said at the time that the focus issues inherent with the sensor couldn't be fixed with software, which meant that customers pretty much have to deal with it.