Samsung accidentally revealed the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra before official launch


Nonetheless, and the phone looks mighty fine.

Initially, scrolling to the bottom of the Samsung Russia's page on the Galaxy Note 8 revealed a side profile of what looks to be the next-generation Note product.

According to well-known tech leaker Max Weinbach, who was one of the first to spot the mishap, the smartphone shown is Samsung's upcoming Note 20 Ultra.

Like on the Note, the Mystic Bronze color on the Flip comes with a frosted glass finish. The rectangular camera module design looks stunning and clean. Based on the two renders, Samsung has redesigned the S Pen. Samsung is no stranger to having its devices leak long before they're announced, but this week, the latest Note 20 leak actually came from within.

Either way, after years of rose gold being featured on tons of gadgets, it's nice to see that copper is making a comeback, and if the Note 20 ends up looking anything like it does on these leaked pictures, Samsung could have a real head-turner on its hands.

As for the Samsung UV Sanitizer, it is now only available for purchase in Thailand for a price of 1,590 baht, which roughly converts to $50.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip price in India has been dropped from Rs. 1,15,999 to Rs. 1,08,999 for its 8GB + 256GB variant. Due to the pandemic, the company is expected to host an online-only event like all other brands.

Purported images of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra were discovered on Samsung's website.

Samsung is reportedly limiting the Space Zoom to x50, by replacing the 48-megapixel sensor in the periscope camera with a 13MP ISOCELL Slim 3M5 1/3? sensor with WDR (wide dynamic range) support. To recall, the company had initially launched the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip at Rs 1,09,999 (Rs 1.10 lakh) in India, but then it quietly increased the price to Rs 1,15,999.

More details are expected to appear in the days and months to come.