Shortly after having its official renders leaked on Samsung Russia’s official site, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra is now spotted in a slew of real life images as well. This time round, the live shots depict the Galaxy Note20 Ultra in its Black colorway.
Based on the images, it is obvious that the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will be maintaining a similar Infinity-O display which is slightly curved along its two sides. Once again, the device will continue to deliver a high screen-to-body ratio with minimal bezels.
Moving on, its rear panel has revealed an identical design as what we’d seen from the recently leaked render. It has a sleek-looking rectangular housing which play host to a triple-cameras system alongside a LED flash and what seems to be a laser autofocus module. It also reaffirmed the usual S-Pen support on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
Coming to its specs, the brand new Galaxy Note20 Ultra will be helmed by a flagship Snapdragon 865 (confirmed by FCC via MySmartPrice) or Exynos 992 platform depending on the region where the device is released. This will be supported by up to 12GB of RAM and as much as 512GB onboard storage.
If nothing goes wrong, the next generation’s Galaxy Note20 Ultra is expected to debut during the Unpacked event which will reportedly be held on August 5th. The same event should also see the unveiling of the Galaxy Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, as well as Galaxy Watch 3.