- A newly posted YouTube video reportedly shows off the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
- The video shows a large rear camera bump for the upcoming flagship phone.
- It also shows a new position for the phone’s S Pen.
The as-yet-unannounced Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the subject of a newly posted video leak. YouTuber Jimmy Is Pro has posted what he says is a brief hands-on clip of the upcoming flagship phone. He previously posted an image from his time with the phone, which indicated that the Note’s trademark S Pen could be used in a new pointer mode, which could be used by owners to navigate on the phone’s screen, select icons, and more.
The video also shows that the location of both the S Pen port and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s speaker has been moved at the bottom of the phone. Previously, the Note series had both on the left side of the bottom, as seen from the back. However, the Note 20 Ultra will reportedly have them located on the right side this time.
Other features shown in the video include a huge bump for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s multiple rear cameras. It also shows that the One UI version that’s running on the phone is version 2.5.
We will almost certainly see the official reveal of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra as part of the latest Samsung Galaxy Unpacked press event. The company announced late on Tuesday it will be held as an online-online event on August 5. In the meantime, do you like the look of the phone based on this Note 20 Ultra video leak?