Just yesterday we reported on a leak showing off the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra followed by a confirmation of the date for the announcement. Now a hands on video of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has appeared showing it off, in hand.
The new video has been shot by the same leaker as yesterday — @Jimmyispromo — and in it he shows off the hardware differences between it and last year’s top Galaxy Note 10 device. The S Pen is exactly the same apparently albeit with a few new features, the new camera module is huge compared to last year.
As you can see above the video shows off the location of the S Pen silo with this year it being swapped to the other side — an interesting choice which we suspect was made to fit all the new hardware inside, such as the Snapdragon 865 and its 5G modem.
The video also shows a new S Pen pointed which can be used as a laser pointer. We expect Samsung will introduce this feature as part of a projection/cast function to aid enterprise users to give presentations easily.
S Pen can now act as a Pointer. Select your color and select icons on the screen, navigate around. Also can highlight an area. #Note20 #GalaxyNote20Ultra
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— Jimmy Is Promo (@jimmyispromo) July 8, 2020
As the video is just a short one minute and 23 seconds and gives little away we expect him to drip feed more videos in the next few weeks in the lead up to the launch so he can gain more hits. Check out the video above and watch this space for more videos and hands on pictures to arrive before the August 5 announcement date.
That camera bump is a bit ridiculous. Here’s hoping the regular model is not so crazy.