Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Alleged Live Images Surface Online, Periscope-Style Lens Tipped

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s alleged live images have surfaced online, days after Samsung “accidentally” leaked the renders of the phone on its website. The latest photos were shared by a notable YouTuber on Twitter. The live images highlight the rumoured Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in glossy black colour, while its S Pen stylus is also teased in the same colour option. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has been a part of the rumour mill for quite some time, and it is rumoured to launch in August. The South Korean tech; however, is yet to confirm its development.

The alleged live images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra by YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo also showcase the phone’s rear camera setup. The same rectangular rear camera module was noted in the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s renders, posted last week. The periscope-style lens that will likely power Space Zoom on this device is also prominently visible. The front panel images teases the phone’s centrally aligned hole-punch cutout and slim bezels. Additionally, the alleged live images hint that the power and volume buttons are on the right side of the phone.

Another post by the YouTuber teases the S Pen stylus in black colour, same as the phone. In a separate post, it was added that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra would run Android 10-based One UI 2.5.

A report last month had indicated that the Galaxy Note 20 series would come in Black, Copper, White/Grey, and Mint Green colour options.

Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is also rumoured to feature an LTPO OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate and QHD+ resolution. It is tipped to come with “new camera function” and the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ SoC.

The phone is speculated to launch along with vanilla Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20+ in August. Samsung may also unveil the next-generation Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 and the 5G variant Samsung Galaxy Z Flip along with Galaxy Note 20 series.

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