Samsung may have leaked the Note 20 Ultra on its own website

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Here Comes The First Look at Galaxy Note20 Ultra: Leaked By Samsung’s Own Websites

From the image, we can see that the LED Flashlight and the sensors are on the right side of the camera module beside the triple cameras. You'll also be able to see the S Pen lying on top of the phone which is one of the mainstay features of the Note series devices.

Images show that like the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the Note 20 Ultra will have a telephoto lens. Of course, it has since then been taken down already but what he saw was the probably the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Noted Samsung tipster Ice Universe has earlier tweeted that the Galaxy Note20 will be released in a copper color, and the design of the smartphone on Samsung's site matches the Note 20 Ultra case tweeted recently.

In line with previous rumors, it seems to sport three large camera housings that will supposedly employ the main 108MP shooter, a wide-angle lens, and a periscope zoom camera - bottom most unit with the squared housing inside the circular lens, in case you're wondering. According to frequent Samsung leaker Max Weinbach, who was among the first to spot the goof, the unannounced device is the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

Here Comes The First Look at Galaxy Note20 Ultra: Leaked By Samsung’s Own Websites
Samsung may have leaked the Note 20 Ultra on its own website

In anticipation of the announcement, an animated image appeared on the Web that demonstrates the new Galaxy Z Flip 5G in Mystic Bronze color.

Rumours around Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra have been flooding the internet for some time. The company is yet to reveal details about the upcoming Note series. On the bright side, both tablets are getting the most recent July security patch, as well as all the other new features and improvements that come with Android 10.

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