Samsung, more often than not, has been releasing new Galaxy Note models towards the end of summer.
Every flagship phone for Samsung generally gets its own signature colour, with last year's Galaxy Note 10 sporting Samsung's pearlescent Aura Glow finish, while the Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy Note 8, and Galaxy Note 9 all sported a custom shade of blue (specifically Blue Coral, Deep Sea Blue, and Ocean Blue). At the bottom of the page, an image of an unannounced phone had suddenly appeared, and if the leaks we've seen are correct, it might be our first official look at the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Right now, Samsung is offering 11 skin options, including four colors (blue light green, red, matte transparent, and black watch), four patterns (two geometric, dot, and grid), and three characters (Bear, Marvel's Spider-Man, and Kakao's Nine). Echoing the unit's frame while offering a tasteful comparison from the matte glass back.
Whoops! Samsung might've revealed the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra on its site
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.
The timing of the oversight from Samsung happens only hours after another leak confirmed August 5.
Anyways, the Samsung Galaxy Note20 series is incoming next month at an online unpacked launch event where the South Korean giant will be launching Galaxy Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, and Galaxy Tab S7. The company is yet to reveal details about the upcoming Note series.
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