Samsung reveals Galaxy Note 20 Ultra ‘accidentally’

Ruben Fields
July 3, 2020

The leak comes from popular tipster Evan Blass who has shared a GIF image that reveals Mystic Bronze version of the Galaxy Z Flip 5G in all its glory.

We look forward to seeing what new features the Galaxy Note 20 brings this year.

According to a GSM Arena report, the leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was first spotted by a Russian YouTuber.

We know that because Samsung accidentally leaked a photo of the upcoming device on its Russian site (the photo was later removed, but it's still accessible through Wayback Machine magic). We write this as the bottom camera lens is rectangular.

The images also show the S Pen which has got the bronze colour and the appearance of it has not changed much. The rear camera module also seemingly incorporates periscope-style lens setup that could power Space Zoom on this Note.

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Phone Arena reports that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is expected to come powered with the Snapdragon 865 chipset in North America, China, and South Korea, and the unreleased Exynos 992 in Europe and other global markets.

Both images have since been taken down from the websites but all in all, this is a massive blunder on Samsung's part.

We won't have long to wait for the Galaxy Note 20 release with the Samsung Unpacked tipped to arrive in virtual format on August 5.

Under the series, the South Korean smartphone manufacturer is expected to launch three models including Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Plus. While it's true that Samsung tends to release a new Galaxy phone with a new colour, this unannounced phone matched the design leaks from previous news.

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