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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 20 Ultra leaks in real-life images

The Note 20 series is rumored to be announced at an online-only Unpacked event on August 5.


What you need to know

  • The first real-world images of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra have leaked online.
  • The images show off an Infinity-O display with curved edges and a triple-camera setup on the back.
  • They also suggest the upcoming Samsung flagship will ship with Android 10-based One UI 2.5 out of the box.

Samsung ‘accidentally’ leaked the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra last week, giving us our first look at the upcoming phone in Mystic Bronze. The first real-world images of the smartphone have now surfaced online, courtesy of YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo.

Unlike the official renders that had surfaced last week, the real-world images show the Black color variant of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. As you can see in the images below, the Note 20 Ultra will have three camera sensors at the rear, including a periscope zoom lens.


Just as expected, the Note 20 Ultra will have an Infinity-O display with a tiny hole-punch cutout in the middle for the selfie camera. The display appears to have extremely thin bezels and steeper curved edges compared to the Galaxy S20 series phones. Additionally, the real-world images show the phone will have the power and volume buttons on the right side. Jimmy Is Promo has also shared a screenshot that seemingly confirms the Note 20 Ultra will ship with One UI 2.5 right out of the box.

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is rumored to feature a 6.87-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset in North America, while the global variants of the phone are likely to feature Samsung’s Exynos 992 chipset. Some of the other rumored specs of the Note 20 Ultra include a 4,500mAh battery and a 108MP primary camera.

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It’s official, Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event is scheduled for January 14, 2021

Over the past few months, we’ve covered the multitude of rumors and leaks about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21. We’ve seen renders, videos, specs, and heard that the Ultra variant will include support for the S Pen. Among those rumors, was also one that stated Samsung would host its Galaxy Unpacked event much earlier than last year.Now, Samsung is making it official, by announcing that the Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on January 14, 2021, at 10 a.m. EST. Considering we’re still in the midst of a global pandemic, we can expect the event to be much different from usual. However, Samsung will be streaming the event live on Samsung.com so you won’t have to miss a second of the action no matter where you live.Your experiences are about to get even more epic on January 14, 2021.Watch #SamsungUnpacked live on https://t.co/D6nxws2O4T pic.twitter.com/IVKmxn3Epv— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 3, 2021Along with the announcement of the Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung also posted a video teaser to its YouTube channel recently teasing the Galaxy S21. In the video, we see a brief history of previous Galaxy S devices and the design evolution of the series.Unfortunately, the video doesn’t confirm anything about the new Galaxy S21. Although, after the past couple of months we’ve learned just about everything there is to know about the devices. All that is left now is for Samsung to officially unveil them and confirm all of the leaks.If you’ve been following along and you’re already psyched up for the latest Galaxy phone, Samsung has already opened registrations for pre-orders. Even if you’re still on the fence about the new phone, it doesn’t hurt to sign up. Samsung won’t charge you anything and there is no commitment to buy, and by signing up you’ll be able to check the trade-in value of your current device and receive $50 towards accessories.However, there are sure to be plenty of deals for the new devices whether or not you register for a pre-order at this time. Samsung is notorious for its launch promotions, and registering for pre-order has never been a requirement to get in on the deals.Besides the new phones, we’re also expecting Samsung to launch its latest true wireless headphones called the Galaxy Buds Pro. Recent leaks have pointed to the new headphones featuring an ambient sound mode, ANC, support for Bixby, and more.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro revealed in first impressions video ahead of launch

Samsung recently announced that its Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on January 14, 2021. While the big star of the show will be the brand-new Galaxy S21 lineup of phones, if the rumors are true, that won’t be the only hardware Samsung shows off at the event.Samsung is also expected to launch its latest true wireless headphones dubbed the Galaxy Buds Pro. Over the past few months, we’ve seen plenty of information leak out about the Galaxy S21 phones, including renders, specs, and even a hands-on video review. However, all we’ve seen of the Galaxy Buds Pro are some renders and specs. That is until now.YouTuber Digital Slang recently got his hands on a pair ahead of the launch. Apparently, he saw a listing for the unreleased Galaxy Buds Pro on Facebook Marketplace, took a chance, and turns out they were the real deal.After teasing us with some photos on his Twitter account he’s now posted an unboxing and first impressions video about the upcoming true wireless headphones from Samsung. In the 17 minute long video we get a detailed look at the packaging, the case, and the Galaxy Buds Pro themselves.Furthermore, we get an overview of the app and he shows off the touch-control options which include, noise controls, Bixby, volume, and Spotify integration. The standout features here being the active noise cancellation and Ambient sound or transparency mode that will turn on automatically when it hears you speak.When it comes to sound quality, he was a big fan, but unfortunately, the ANC was lacking when compared to the AirPods Pro. On the bright side, the Galaxy Buds Pro supports wireless charging which makes them easy to keep topped up.Digital Slang also has a comparison video between the Galaxy Buds Plus and Galaxy Buds Pro on his channel, and that’s about as good of a look at Samsung’s latest headphones we’re going to get until they officially launch at the Galaxy Unpacked event in ten days.

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