One month before its anticipated launch, first real life images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra leak on Twitter. User @JimmyIsPromo posted three separate tweets containing photos of Samsung’s next flagship confirming online image renders.
Based from the image, it looks like Samsung will retain the Infinity-O display that we first saw on last year’s Galaxy Note10+. The corners are also slightly boxier compared to its predecessor.
The display still curves on the sides but it’s more subtle just like on the S20 Ultra. It’s worth noting that the volume rocker is now positioned on the right side of the phone, just above the power button. Last year’s Note10+’s volume rocker was on the left. Users may find this new but this is a welcome change to keep the left side clean.
On the back, we’ll see the camera module with what seems to be four cameras. Assuming the first two are the ultrawide and main cameras, the third sensor appears to be a telephoto lens. However, it is unclear if this phone will feature 100x SpaceZoom just like on the S20 Ultra. There is one small camera on the right which could be the ToF sensor and an LED flash as well.
What do you think of the design? Is it a Yay or a Nay?