Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 20 continues the company’s aesthetic improvements.
What you need to know
- An image of the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 has just leaked online from an unexpected source, Samsung’s online web store.
- The new image shows off the upcoming smartphone in bronze, and it’s pretty pleasing to the eye.
- Samsung is expected to officially debut this handset on August 5th.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 has made an appearance from an unlikely source, Samsung itself (via Max Winebach on Twitter). The company appears to have accidentally shared images of the upcoming flagship to the Galaxy Note 8 page on its Russian storefront, giving us a look at the smartphone before its debut.
Samsung accidently posted the Note20 Ultra in Mystic Bronze on their Russian website. It looks great! pic.twitter.com/irRWVHLq5e
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 1, 2020
The image matches with earlier renders, albeit showing the phone in a more saleable light. It retains the camera bump of the S20 line but carries on the more squared-off look the Note line has steadily grown into. As it’s an image of the rear, we don’t see the near bezeless display nor the Infinity-O camera cutout, but we’ll be getting those if the leaked renders continue to be accurate.
Inside, it’s expected to carry at least a Snapdragon 865 or an Exynos 992 with up to 16GB of RAM, a 3096 x 1444 display with a 120Hz refresh rate on some models. Backing all of this excess is a sliggty smaler 4,500 mAh battery and Google’s Android 10 with One UI optimizations. It’s also expected to ditch the controversial Space Zoom that defined the S20 Ultra earlier this year for a more practical camera layout.
The Samsung Note 20 is set to be announced on August 5 at Samsung Unpacked.
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