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Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra stars in a hands-on video

Its no longer a secret that Samsung will be holding the company’s next Unpacked event on August 5th. During the event, Samsung is expected to unleash a total of four different products including the Galaxy Note20 series, Galaxy Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, as well as Galaxy Watch 3 according to a recent report by Korea Herald.

However, the main highlight of the event for most of us is of course the highly anticipated Galaxy Note20 series which is said to consist of two devices this time round – Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra.

Recently, a renowned YouTuber who goes by the handle Jimmy is Promo had published a number of real life images of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra which gave us a good look at the device’s front and rear design. Now, he is back once again with a hands-on video of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra.

From the short one-minute clip, we can confirm that the device will continue to carry support for S-Pen. What’s interesting is that the S-Pen is able to double up as a digital pointer this time round.

Its also obvious that the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will have a considerably huge camera bump which is comparatively larger than that of the current Galaxy S20 Ultra. As usual, 3.5mm headphone jack will be omitted on the device, and its speaker grille will be located on the left of its base.

In terms of overall design, the upcoming Galaxy Note20 Ultra will be maintaining a similar Infinity-O display which is slightly curved along its two sides – quite similar to what we saw on the current Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

On the flip-side, it will feature 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.

Specs-wise, the brand new Galaxy Note20 Ultra is expected to be helmed by a flagship Snapdragon 865 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.

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