Hands-on video reveals the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in full detail
Samsung officially announced that Galaxy Unpacked 2020 will be held (virtually) on August 5th. The invites tease the previously leaked bronze renders of Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. As the event gets closer, we’re seeing more and more leaks. Earlier this week, we saw the device in the flesh for the first time, and now we’re seeing a hands-on video from the same source.
Our previous first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra came from YouTuber “Jimmy Is Promo.” Now, Jimmy is back with a short hands-on video of the device. The video features the Note 20 Ultra (model SM-N986U) in Black running Samsung OneUI version 2.5. It’s shown alongside the Galaxy Note 10.
Compared to the Galaxy Note 10, the Note 20 Ultra appears to be ever so slightly thicker. The massive camera bump is noticeably thicker, unsurprisingly. The speaker and S Pen placement on the bottom has been shifted around a bit. Interestingly, the new S Pen fits perfectly inside the Note 10’s S Pen slot. Lastly, Jimmy shows the new S Pen pointer settings that were previously teased.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is rumored to have a massive 6.87-inch WQHD+ resolution display with a 120Hz refresh rate, 4,500 mAh battery, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865/Exynos 990 SoC, and an improved 108MP main sensor with laser autofocus. The Note series is known for getting the “everything but the kitchen sink” treatment and the Note 20 Ultra embodies that more than any previous Note. All will be revealed next month.