Samsung accidentally posts images of the Note20 Ultra on its own website

Image: Max Weinbach (Twitter)

Information about Samsung’s upcoming flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note20, has been leaked through various sources, providing everyone a glimpse of what to expect of the device. However, in what may be a major slip up, Samsung accidentally posted an image of what could be the Note20 Ultra on its Note10 page for Russia (spotted by Max Weinbach).

The images have since been taken down, but some users were able to grab a screenshot of the listing. The pictures provide the clearest look yet of the phone in a ‘Mystic Bronze’ variant. The one that was posted is likely the larger of the two devices, guessing from the camera combination. 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 (bottommost unit with the squared housing inside the circular lens).

The images also provide a look at the placement of the flash and the housing for what is believed to be the rumored laser-autofocus unit that will replace the time-of-flight (ToF) sensor that was found in the S20 Ultra. Additionally, in terms of design, the device seems to retain the button placement. Though there aren’t images of the other side or the front, it would not be surprising if the firm retains the overall design with the centered punch-hole camera cutout for the front facing camera. The S Pen also seems to get the bronze treatment and looks identical to the current-generation stylus.

In all, it is safe to assume that the design is almost finalized and that the pictures no less than confirm that the phone will come in a ‘Mystic Bronze’ color option. The device, along with other products such as an updated Z Flip with 5G support, and more are slated for an August launch.

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