Samsung may have accidentally leaked pictures of one of its next flagship phones onto its own website
- The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra appeared in photos on the company’s website
- The device hasn’t been released but was shown in ‘Mystic Bronze’
- It appears to have a telephoto lens attached to the rear-facing camera module
- Samsung’s next Note installment could be released next month
Samsung may have accidentally leaked a flagship device on its company website.
According to Max Weinbach, who frequently leaks information about Samsung’s devices, the company accidentally posted a picture to its website showing the unreleased Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
The device appears in a color called ‘Mystic Bronze’ and was featured on Samsung’s Russian, Ukrainian and Chinese websites.
Images show that like the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the Note 20 Ultra will have a telephoto lens.
The bottom lens on the backward facing camera module also appears to be different than the other two, though it’s not clear exactly what kind of cameras the phone will have.
Leaks in May suggested that the Note 20 and the Note 20+ will have 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch displays respectively and may also have upgrades to RAM.
Samsung has traditionally announced new devices in August so it’s possible that the new Note devices could be officially unveiled soon.
In February, Samsung released its new line of Galaxy phones, the Galaxy S20, which comes in three models – the 6.2-inch Galaxy S20, the 6.7-inch S20+ and the 6.9-inch S20 Ultra.
The phone appears to have a telephoto lens on a rear-facing camera module with several other sensors. It’s unclear what kind of lenses the device will have
All three models have 5G support and come with Samsung’s Infinity-O display, which covers the entire face of the phone, with exceptionally thin bezels around the edge.
The Galaxy handset were notably at the center of myriad leaks, leaving almost nothing to the imagination by the time it was released.