It’s not the first time someone at Samsung’s IT department has accidentally pulled the trigger on an upcoming device and we hope that today’s accidental trigger pull won’t be the last. Overnight the unreleased Galaxy Note 20 showed up on the Samsung website.

The Ukraine Samsung website, on the Note 8 page funnily enough, showed off a Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in a “Mystic Bronze” colour. Although the page has since been taken down it was enough for many to capture all the details displayed — and save the images of course.

As you can see in the pictures above there appears to be three massive lenses in the camera module — comprised of the rumoured a 108MP main sensor, 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 13MP periscope zoom lens. The finish of the rear of the device looks to be a matter finish which would be nice because who likes fingerprints all over their devices? Not I.

The front of the device is unseen in its entirety but according to the “reflections” in the image on the right it appears to be curved although it is unknown how curved it is. As rumoured the display is expect though to support 120Hz, but not 2K resolution at that refresh rate, just it did not in the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

We won’t have long to wait for the Galaxy Note 20 release with the Samsung Unpacked tipped to arrive in virtual format on August 5. Other manufacturers have had their announcements and releases delayed but we expect Samsung to have all of their ducks in order and stick to the planned schedule — they are going to want to get out in front of the iPhone release.

We look forward to seeing what new features the Galaxy Note 20 brings this year.

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Stephen Johnston
Stephen Johnston
3 months ago

A “matter” finish? really?

Jase
Jase
3 months ago

oops, double post

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Last edited 3 months ago by Jase
JeniSkunk
JeniSkunk
3 months ago

I’ll be honest, I’m not a fan of huge, sticking out like a sore thumb, camera bumps, on the backs of phones.
A thicker case would give more space for the battery, and remove the camera bump.

Jase
Jase
Reply to  JeniSkunk
3 months ago

I’d like to see this colour combo

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zahmad
zahmad
Reply to  JeniSkunk
3 months ago

Same here! Oppo Reno seems to be one of the last without a camera bump…

Nigel Elliott
Nigel Elliott
Reply to  JeniSkunk
3 months ago

i think im the only person not bothered with a camera on my phone. give me one reasonable quality camera with no bump and ill be happy.