Several live images of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra have been leaked online this week, giving us our first proper look at the new flagship. The same source has now posted a short hands-on video leak of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Some interesting details have been revealed in this video. As expected, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a pretty substantial device. Many of the design changes that we have been hearing about have also been confirmed by this video.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra video leak leaves little to the imagination
The front of the device is obviously all display. It’s a massive 6.9-inch panel with 120Hz refresh rate. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be instantly distinguishable from the back because of its camera setup. The camera sensors are placed inside circular cutouts while a laser autofocus module can also be seen.
This confirms earlier reports about Samsung ditching ToF on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to eliminate focus issues. It’s important to note here that the camera bump appears to be bigger than it was on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. This won’t be encouraging for those that didn’t like the Galaxy S20 Ultra for precisely this reason.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is wider, taller and beefier than the Galaxy Note 10+ overall. That was to be expected. The new S Pen pointer feature is shown off as well in this video. Speaking of the S Pen, the position has been switched. You will find the S Pen on the left of the charging port on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. As someone who has been using Note handsets for the past few years, I can already feel that this will take some getting used to. The speaker has also been moved to the left.
As we can see at the start of the video, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will come with One UI 2.5. The features that it brings haven’t been detailed yet. Seeing as how at least one Note 20 Ultra unit is now out in the wild, it may only be a matter of time before we get to know more about it. Samsung has confirmed its Galaxy Note 20 launch event for August 5.
Are you impressed by the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra after what you’ve seen so far?