Evan Blass shares a 360-degree rendering of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra model.

Samsung is due to release its new Galaxy Note 20 collection during the Unpacked event on August 5, but before that, there has been more intense buzz on the web. After sharing a 360-degree rendering of the Note 20 model, evan Blass (@evLeaks) shared a 360-degree rendering of the Note 20 Ultra model again. Despite the same design style, the Note 20 Ultra also introduces a laser autofocus element for rear mmodules to replace the ToF flight time sensor and solve AF problems.

Evan Blass shares a 360-degree rendering of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra model.

According to earlier rumors, the Note 20 Ultra features a Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 plus chipset, as well as a 2560 x 1440 (QHD) LTPO display with a refresh rate of 120Hz.

Evan Blass shares a 360-degree rendering of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra model.

Note 20 Ultra.

The Note 20 Ultra is also expected to support high refresh rates at 120Hz at QHD resolution compared to the Galaxy S20 series. and 5X xmons x 10x digital zoom (50x hybrid zoom).

Evan Blass shares a 360-degree rendering of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra model.

For comparison, a previous Note 20 360-degree rendering is attached here. For more details, please also wait patiently for the Unpacked launch on August 5.

In addition to the Galaxy Note 20 series of smartphones, we’re also expecting to see the Galaxy Buds Live True Wireless Headset, the Galaxy Tab S7 tablet, the Galaxy Watch 3 Smartwatch, and the 5G version of the Galaxy Z Flip Folding Screen Smartphone.