Goodbye to surprises: this is the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
There is no longer room for surprises: the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra has been completely leaked with just a few weeks left until the day of its official presentation. The leak comes from the German portal WinFuture, and thanks to it we can take a look at the official data sheet of the device, as well as some of their original press images.
Such information comes from a e-commerce authorized to sell the Galaxy Note20 Ultra after its launch, so it is very likely that the data before us today is definitive.
Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra: all your data, filtered
The leak begins by mentioning Samsung’s idea of focus on five specific aspects when presenting your new terminal. The first is, of course, the S-Pen, which has been updated to reduce its response time to only 9 milliseconds, with the aim of making writing even more realistic and natural. On the other hand, Samsung’s good relationship with Microsoft has allowed the company introduce automatic synchronization with the OneNote note pad.
The second aspect to highlight is found on the back of the phone, in the large camera module who leads the rear of the terminal. On this occasion, a new 108 megapixel camera similar to the one present in the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which includes a laser focusing system. Also appears on the scene a telephoto Periscope type that enables 5x optical zoom and digital zoom up to 50x.
Samsung has also put an emphasis on screen development, 6.9 inch with 120 Hz refresh rate that supports dynamic change depending on the content displayed. Its resolution will be 3200 × 1440 pixels, and it will be the first one protected by the new Gorilla Glass 7.
The last two characteristic features of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra are related to the capabilities of the device itself. And this model will be the first compatible with the Samsung DeX fully wireless variant, which will allow the holders of the terminal to use their mobile as a desktop computer, simply using a screen and external peripherals. On the other hand, Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note20 Ultra as the first phone optimized for Project xCloud, Microsoft’s cloud gaming service, which will grant access to more than 90 different titles to all Xbox Game Pass holders.
The rest of the confirmed details of the device are not surprising at this point. Many of them had already been confirmed through previous leaks, and only serve to reiterate what we already knew about the phone, and to get a more general idea about what will be the new Samsung flagship device that will arrive on August 5. Thus, in addition, we can elaborate a nearest technical sheet to the final:
|Dimensions||164.8 x 77.2 x 8.1 mm|
|screen||6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED
120 Hz, 19.3: 9 aspect ratio, Gorilla Glass 7
|Resolution||WQHD / 3200 x 1440 pixels, 508 ppi|
|Processor||2.7 GHz Exynos 990 5G Octacore CPU|
|Operating system||One UI 2.5 based on Android 10|
|Storage||256/512 GB expandable by microSD|
|Cameras||Rear: 108 MP f / 1.8 + Ultra wide angle 12 MP f / 2.2 + “Telephoto” 5 MP f / 3.0 with 5x optical zoom, laser autofocus, 50x spatial zoom
Frontal: 10 MP f / 2.2 with autofocus
|Battery||4,500 mAh with fast charge (charge up to 50% in 30 minutes) and fast wireless charge|
|Others||S-Pen with 9ms latency, face recognition, on-screen fingerprint reader, Samsung Pay, Samsung Knox, Dual-SIM + eSIM, Bluetooth 5.0, USB Typ-C (Gen 3.2), NFC, WiFi 6, Wireless DeX|
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