Okay, we’re really starting to question where these leaks come from. If they’re directly from Samsung, that’s some good marketing. Because we just got another, clearer look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra device.
Yesterday, Samsung officially announced the date we’ll see the Note 20-range revealed on-stream. What this means though, is that rumours and leaks are in full force. At the 5 August Unpacked event, we’re expecting to see Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra, and maybe a Galaxy Fold successor.
Now we’ve got a sweet hands-on video of the upcoming flagship on YouTube. The video was posted by someone called Jimmy is Promo, who is the same person who leaked earlier shots of the phone.
The full video is only about a minute and a half but shows some distinct features on the upcoming Note 20 Ultra. At the same time, Jimmy goes out of his way to show us how the new device compares to the previous Note. The clip does reveal that Samsung moved the S-Pen cradle to the left side of the phone instead of the right, which is a bit strange, but if it works, it works.
The camera bump is the one significant change this time around, and it’s clear Samsung has packed some serious camera tech into this smartphone, we’re excited to see what insanity awaits consumers on 5 August.