Samsung is rumoured to be releasing a new Galaxy Note 20 on August 5, while Jimmy Is Promo has shared several real-life photos of the Note 20 Ultra earlier. Now, he’s shared a video of the machine’s start-up on YouTube and demonstrated some of the enhancements to the S-Pen stylus. For example, when holding down the S-Pen button, the user can control the cursor pointer on the screen at a distance.
With the S-Pen’s built-in gyroscope and Bluetooth connectivity, the practicality on mobile devices with relatively small screens remains to be seen. Interestingly, this stylus appears to be interchangeable between the Note 10 plus and the Note 20 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – Hands On Leak (via)
Jimmy Is Promo also shared some photos of the Note 20 Ultra earlier, showing that it looks more square, narrower borders, smaller front openings, more curved curved frames on the left and right sides, and relatively flat at the top and top.
According to previous rumors, the Note20 Ultra comes with qualsm SnapSnapdragon 865 plus SoC, as well as an LTPO screen capable of enabling both 120Hz high refresh rate and QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution (Galaxy S20 is not yet supported).
In addition to some features of the new S-Pen stylus, Samsung plans to use the new laser autofocus component (replacing the ToF flight time sensor) on the Note 20 Ultra, which it reports has solved all problems with autofocus.
As for the truth, please be patient with the South Korean tech giant’s launch of the Galaxy Note 20 series on August 5.