Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 shows up once again but in Black colour variant
From the images on Twitter, one can clearly see that the rear camera setup design is the same as the one shown in Mystic Bronze colour variant.
More Samsung Galaxy Note 20 leaks and rumours are coming in. We previously saw the render of its Mystic Bronze colour variant, sporting triple rear cameras with autofocus sensors and a flash setup in a similar way as the Galaxy S20 Ultra. This time a YouTuber has shared some more images of Galaxy Note 20 but in all Black colour variants, something we are seeing for the first time. From the images on Twitter, one can clearly see that the rear camera setup design is the same as the one shown in Mystic Bronze colour variant. Even the S Pen colour matches to it.
Also shown is that the Galaxy Note 20 model runs OneUI 2.5, which has not been rolled out to Galaxy handsets yet, based on Android 10. This corroborates with the information that has been reported by the media before as well. At the front, the smartphone is shown with a single front-facing Infinity-O screen with minimal bezels on the top and sides. The right side is seen sporting the volume and power buttons.
Also read: Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series to launch on August 5
What do you think of the color?#Note20 #GalaxyNote20Ultra pic.twitter.com/MxEvg4MWfP— Jimmy Is Promo (@jimmyispromo) July 7, 2020
Rumours indicate that one of the sensors at the back could be a periscope style optical zoom sensor, a tech that is there in select smartphone cameras already. The tipster adds that Galaxy Note 20's bottom-firing speaker is now placed on the left side of the charging port and there's no 3.5mm headphone jack.
The tipster adsd the hashtag Galaxy Note 20 Ultra as well, indicating that there could at least be two models in the series.
We expect Samsung to hold its annual ‘Galaxy Unpacked' event sometime in August.
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