We ‘re in the middle of a deluge of new information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series — the latest being the as-yet-unannounced flagship’s real-life images.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has already appeared in CAD-based renders, even appearing briefly on the Russian website of Samsung, but seeing the phone in the flesh shows the upcoming design exponentially better than ever will be a computer-powered render.
YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo has obtained alleged hands-on images of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, with this device having all the hallmarks of the next Note series handset. We get to see the device in a mirror or in a glossy black finish, with the S Pen appearing also.
The YouTuber also shared some interesting information regarding the device’s actual design and software. It looks like the Note 20 series is shipping pre-installed with Samsung’s One UI 2.5 skin — which isn’t too much of a shock. In his tweets he also notes that the next superphone would have a slightly adjusted S Pen placement.
The S Pen holster and loudspeaker seem to have moved to the device’s left side. It’s hard to tell exactly if the bezels have decreased around the edges of the display but it looks like they’ve been shaved down ever so slightly. The Note 20 images show sharper-looking edges and an even smaller punch-hole notch compared with Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
You can also see from the images below that the bulbous camera module is much more refined than the rear domino panel of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The lens trio includes the periscope zoom lens, with an unknown fourth addition also visible. I would assume this would be or equivalent to a 3D Time-of – Flight sensor.
The close-up images also show the upcoming Infinity-O display Note 20 series, which still exists in that familiar middle portion of the upper display edge. There is not much else we can glean from this brief peek but we expect to see more of the handset in the lead-up to the planned launch in August in the coming weeks.