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  • The Note 20 Ultra in all its glory. Jimmy Is Promo
  • The camera module is very thick. Jimmy Is Promo
  • The front has a centered hole-punch camera. Jimmy Is Promo
  • YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo used a lot of tape to cover what are probably identifying marks. Jimmy Is Promo
  • The Note 20 Ultra versus the Note 10+. The phone on the right was already one of the biggest ever, but the Note 20 is taller and wider. Jimmy Is Promo
  • A bottom comparison. Jimmy Is Promo
  • A closeup of the cameras. Jimmy Is Promo
  • The S-Pen has swapped sides. Jimmy Is Promo
  • This official render accidentally ended up on a Russian Samsung website for a bit. Max Weinbach
  • Samsung's official invite. Samsung

Samsung might have recently set the Galaxy Note 20 reveal for August 5, but somebody already has a prototype unit. YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo has posted a hands-on video and a few images of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the bigger of the two upcoming units.

Like previous leaks indicated, the Note 20 is even bigger than last year's model. Jimmy is Promo did an excellent job, and by taking some Note 10+ comparison shots, we can clearly see the Note 20 Ultra is taller and wider than the Note 10+, which was already one of the biggest smartphones on the market.

The Galaxy Note series is usually very close to the Galaxy S series released earlier in the year, and it looks like that's the case this year, too. Like the S20, the Note 20 goes with a curved front display and a hole punch front camera, with the one design change being taller corners. The rear camera block gets new styling with circles around each camera, making the lenses appear bigger than they really are. The camera layout looks identical to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, so expect the three big cameras to be a main camera, wide-angle lens, and a telephoto, followed by a tiny depth camera tucked away under the flash.

I don't think there's a solid spec list out there yet, but a good starting point would be to expect bigger specs than what you get with a Galaxy S20 Ultra, which had a 6.9-inch, 120Hz OLED display, aRead More – Source

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