Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in only a couple of weeks. But for those who can’t wait, the well-known Evan Blass has shared a 360-degree 3D render of the upcoming handset to his Patreon page.
On the front, the selfie shooter looks a bit smaller on the Note 20 Ultra than it does on the Note 20. Additionally, the Note 20 Ultra’s display looks a bit curved, not as exaggerated as the S20 series but more than the Note 20.
The biggest difference is evident on the rear. The Note 20 Ultra also features a rear-facing shooter setup, but the bottom camera sports a rectangular periscope lens as well as another sensor next to the three cameras, but it’s unclear what this new sensor is.
The Note 20 Ultra is expected to feature a 6.97-inch display, a Snapdragon 865+ processor, an S Pen with additional functionalities, a triple camera setup capable of 50x zoom with its periscope lens, and a display with a 3200 x 1440-pixel resolution capable of running at 120Hz refresh rate.
Source: Evan Blass Patreon