Samsung seems to have suffered a major breach in the pipeline with the leak of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The leak was ahead of the planned launch on the 5th of August 2020, at the dedicated virtual Galaxy Unpacked event organized by the company.
In addition, all the details of the laundry list of features have been leaked online, with multiple renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra surfacing. The pictures show off its sleek design in different colours and angles.
The foreign publishers, Winfuture, leaked multiple renders of the device. The render suggests that the phone will be unveiled in two variants, Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze. The phone sports a curved-edged Infinity-O display with a triple camera set up at the back.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra reportedly features a 6.9-inch AMOLED display. A 3200X1440 resolution makes this device’s display one of the clearest in the market. Variable rates can also scale to 120Hz when required. With this, the phone conserves battery but also decreases the visual nerves while gaming or recording a video. This phone clearly surpasses any of the devices in the Galaxy S20 range.
According to Winfuture, it may be the first phone to feature the US company’s latest scratch-resistant coating.
Additionally, it is rumoured that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will run on Android 10-based One UI. The smartphone supports dual-SIM slots with additional eSIM functionality. The internal storage is available in the 256GB or 512GB variants, coupled with a base of 12GB RAM.
For battery power, it carries a 4,500mAh battery. It requires only about 30 minutes to charge from 0% to 50%.
Winfuture also claims that the refresh rate could go nicely with Samsung’s reported collaboration with Microsoft and its Project xCloud game streaming service.
However, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra looks to be Samsung’s newest push into the mobile gaming market, with users also gaining access to Xbox Game Pass and its library. Furthermore, while there is no specific price tag on the phone, WinFuture believes that Wireless Dex will arrive on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This allows users to project the smartphone’s desktop mode to TVs and other supported smart displays.
According to these reports, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is packed with more features than you can imagine. We bet the launch of this beauty will create renewed competition in the smartphone business.