Just recently official render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was uploaded by Samsung itself. And it looks similar to the previous renders of the upcoming premium smartphone. Reputable leaker Max Weinbach was seemingly the first one to report a pair of images, he found on a Russian version of the Samsung website. Other tech magazines and reporters quickly picked the story and spread the word, with Ben Geskin even tweeting a link - which was still live at the press time. The link was pointed to Samsung's official site showing the render of Galaxy Note 20 ultra. The phone shown in the pictures is in Mystic Bronze color and looks stunning.
Leaker @Onleaks leaked a similar render back in May - though he'd referred to is as the Galaxy Note 20 Plus instead of Note 20 ultra at that time. Nothing in the new image indicates that this is the Ultra model, as even the image's link slug refers to it as the ‘galaxy-note8', so it's the series of leakers who are asserting that this is, in fact, the long-rumored Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Other leaks suggest that there would be a stylus-packing Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in plus size.
We are expecting Note 20 line to be released somewhere in August, we are anticipating more leaks and rumors that give us insight into what the ultra looks like, though this picture gives lots of answers to our design questions. As per rumors and leaks, Galaxy Note 2 ultra will be an evolutionary version of Note 10 plus and will be powered by Snapdragon 865+. The display will be QHD with a 120Hz display refresh rate. We don't know about the price so far, but it is safe to assume that this will be the most expensive handset from the series.
Samsung was supposed to release Galaxy M41 this year but according to the reports, the company decided to cancel the phone and go for Galaxy M51 after the Galaxy M31. As per the news, the Galaxy M51 will break cover by the end of June. According to a fresh report on MySmartPrice, the Galaxy M51 launch has been postponed to September. The tech magazine suggests that the Galaxy M51 may face some delays due to the coronavirus situation and some production problems going on in the factory.
The Samsung Galaxy M51 was recently spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking platform with Snapdragon 675 Soc and 8GB of RAM. However, another variant of the phone could be powered by Snapdragon 730 which may also increase the price of the model to some extent. The features octa-core CPU and Adreno 618 GPU. The phone comes with Android 10 and OneUI 2.0 out of the box. The camera leaks suggest that the phone might have a triple camera system at the rear side with a 64MP primary camera, the 8MP ultra-wide camera, and a 5Mp depth camera lens. The phone will be equipped with a 32MP camera for taking selfies. You will be able to shot high-definition video at 30fps.
The phone has a fingerprint scanner for security. The device is expected to be in the market with an AMOLED display with a punch-hole design. The phone offers big internal storage up to 128GB to keep all your images, videos, and files. For connectivity purposes, the phone has Wi-Fi direct, hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS, and Bluetooth. The device has a non-removable Li-Po 4000mAh battery with support to 15W fast charging. The phone is available in blue and other colors. We don't have any confirmation regarding its price in India and other countries so far. But as we get more information or leaks, we keep you updated.
The earlier rumors about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra were related to its highly upgraded camera that could have zoomed up to 100x but the latest rumors suggest otherwise. As per leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra will adopt a significant upgrade in camera specification. Recently, a reputable leaker Ice Universe tweeted about its potential camera specs. This person has made many accurate claims about Samsung phones in the past, so there is no reason to doubt this piece of information.
The first tweet suggested that the Galaxy Note 20 ultra will have 50x zoom, rather than the 100x. The phone is also said to get a laser depth sensor to take good pictures without any need for high magnification on a phone. Another leak from the same Twitter account showcases phone cases for Galaxy Note 20 ultra. The camera on the rear side seems a lot larger in the ultra model of the phone, presumably to fit in the periscope lens and laser sensor. Another rumor suggests that the standard version of the phone will use the non-periscope 3x zoom telephoto camera found on the S20 and S20 plus.
The volume and power buttons on the phone will be placed on the right side. The regular phone is expected to have a flat display whereas some rumors suggest a curved display on the Note 20 Ultra. Both the Note 20 models will have 120Hz displays, 5G compatibility, a Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990 chipset (depending on the country you buy it in), and a redesigned S Pen stylus with some new features. There are some big differences rumored, however. The Note 20 Ultra will get a larger display at 6.87 inches compared to the Note the '20s 6.42 inches. The Ultra will also receive 12GB RAM instead of 8GB, a larger battery, and likely more storage space too.
A South Korean magazine recently reported that Samsung may hold an unpacked event on August 5 to unveil Galaxy Note 20 series along with Galaxy Fold 2 and smartwatch. Another South Korean publication has revealed that due to ongoing Covid-19, Samsung will hold this event online instead of the traditional way of conducting such events.
According to the magazine, Samsung will be announcing the Galaxy Z flip 5G and Galaxy watch 3 along with the Galaxy Note 20 series and Galaxy Fold 2. The news has been confirmed by a few other people on Twitter. It is safe to say that if these phones and watches get to unveil on Aug 5, it will be available for purchase from August 20.
There isn't any information on the specs of the Galaxy Z flip 5G yet. Earlier model Galaxy Z flip was launched by Snapdragon 855. The foldable device earlier didn't support 5G connectivity. It is not clear yet that which processor will power the Galaxy Z flip 5G. Some rumors suggest that the upcoming 5G will be available with a base storage of 256GB.
The Galaxy Note 20 is expected to feature a 6.4-inch flat S-AMOLED display whereas the Galaxy Note 20+ will have a curved a 6.9-inch S-AMOLED display. These devices will be powered by 4300mAh and 4500mAh batteries. The Note 20 plus is rumored to feature a 108MP primary camera lens in its rear-mounted triple camera system. The Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to feature a much larger display of 7.7-inch. The online unpacked event will be streamed live across different social media websites as well as, Samsung's official website.
We are expecting Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series to be launched in just two months from - somewhere in August. Even though the launch event might not be as tradition due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There are many leaks about its specs and it is safe to assume that we may have to some lots of similarities between Note 20 and S20 series.
As the launch is only a few months away, we are seeing more and more rumors about the specifications of the device. Famous tipster IceUniverse has made a tweet about some details of the Galaxy Note 20+ camera recently. He disclosed that the flagship smartphone with 5G connectivity support will have a 108MP camera sensor, while the ToF will be replaced by a laser focus sensor, assisting the main camera.
According to his tweet, the Galaxy Note 20+ will feature a 12MP ISOCELL Fast 2L3 ultrawide-angle lens which is 1/2.55" in size and comes with PDAF. There will also be a 3MP Samsung Slim 3M5 periscope telephoto lens with a size of 1/3.4″ but official numbers say it is 1/3". The camera will also feature support for 50X zoom instead of the 100X zoom which the HM1 is capable of.
Other rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ will have a single central punch-hole design. The device is rumored to be powered by Exynos 992 chipset, based on the 5nm process. Early reports suggest that Samsung will make 120Hz available for the series. An early benchmark of Galaxy Note 20+ 5G was spotted at Geekbench that real 8GB of RAM. There might be more options for RAM as well. Samsung might reintroduce the microSD card slot, giving Galaxy Note 20 owners more flexibility in terms of memory expansion up to 1TB. The phone will have Android 10 out of the box, but it could be the first one to use One UI 2.5. The estimated price of Note 20 is around $1,400 mark.