The YouTube host was the first to break the news when a device rendering of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra appeared on Samsung’s Ukrainian official website. The rendering design is largely the same as the previously exposed rendering, with a rear camera on the back of the body similar to the S20 Ultra and should include a 108 megapixel camera, 12 million ultra-wide angle, and 13 million perceptible zoom lenses, in addition to a laser autofocus module. Samsung did add a new copper ring around each sensor to make it look more symmetrical.
In addition, from the exposure rendering, the Design of the S Pen has also made detail adjustments. Previously, domestic digital blogger @i Ice Universe, this year’s S Pen will be made of metal.
Although we can’t see the display, we can see some of the curved edges. This is a very slight curve that looks about the size of the galaxy S20’s curved edge, but a bit steeper. The display is rumoured to use the LTPO backplane, a 6.9-inch 3040 x 1440-resolution panel that supports a 120Hz refresh rate. It is also rumoured to be cutting in the center, as the Galaxy S20 did.
These renderings appear on the Galaxy Note 8’s product page, which is now off the shelves, but reads “Discover the Generation Next Note” (explore the next generation of Notes), clicking on the link and jumping to the Galaxy Note 10 instead of the new phone. So it should be Samsung’s official website that got it wrong, causing the accidental release of these product photos.