The Galaxy Note20 Ultra leaked in some real-life photos earlier this week and now, the device has been showcased in all its glory in a hands-on video. The short video shows the massive 6.9-inch 120Hz display of the Note20 adorned by slim bezels all around.
The camera hump at the rear of the device is also a massive one and makes it instantly recognizable from a distance. In fact, the camera hump is bigger than what you get on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. While the camera specs were not mentioned in the video, it is clear that the Note20 Ultra will feature a periscope camera and offer a high level of optical zoom. The laser autofocus module is also visible which should help alleviate the focusing issues that have plagued the primary 108MP camera sensor on the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The video also confirms that the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will have the S-Pen and speaker location moved to the right of the USB-C port -- a move that Samsung presumably took to make space for the bigger camera modules. The S-Pen design remains the same as the Note10 series and they can be interchanged as well.
Samsung has already confirmed that it will be holding the next Unpacked event on August 5 where the Galaxy Note20 series will be launched possibly alongside the Galaxy Fold 2 and an updated version of the Galaxy Z Flip.
Source: Jimmy is Promo (Twitter)