While we are roughly a month before Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 20 series, Ben Geskin shared on Twitter photos of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, showcasing that new camera bump and its quad rear cameras. Photos of the actual unit confirms the renders that leaked a few days ago.
Like the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is getting a huge camera bump with three large lenses. One of these lenses is the periscope module, while the other two are possibly a 108-megapixel main camera and an ultra-wide-angle camera. A ToF and laser autofocus module is found beside the three large cameras, with the LED flash right above it.
As for the display, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra retains the centrally-placed punch-hole, along with the curved sides. There are rumors that the display will support 120hz, though we have to see if it can do both Quad HD+ resolution and 120hz at the same time.
Other rumors about the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra include a Snapdragon 865+ or Exynos 992 processor and a 4300mAh battery with 25w wired charging.