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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series set to launch on August 5th.

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Today, Samsung finally revealed that the much-awaited Galaxy Unpacked will be held on August 5th in an online event which will be streamed live on news.samsung.com.

The company is expected to launch the next iteration of Note i.e. Note 20 series & Galaxy Z Flip 2 & Z Flip 5G & there are rumours of Galaxy Watch 3 & Galaxy TWS buds too. Samsung also put out a teaser video which shows a S-Pen melting in a Mystic Bronze Colour which confirms that the Mystic Bronze colour is indeed coming to the Galaxy Note 20 series.

Yesterday, the Hands-on image of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra were leaked by a Youtuber Jimmy is Promo which reveals the design of the device from front & rear.

The hands-on image o the Note 20 Ultra reveals there’s a punch-hole display on the front & the single selfie camera is placed in the middle on the top. The display is little curved from the edges, the power button, volume rockers are placed on the right. There’s nothing on the left. The S-Pen has now been shifted to left side & so has the bottom-firing speaker.

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At the back, the Note 20 Ultra has black colour & a huge rectangular camera module which houses a Quad rear camera setup, in which the third camera is a Periscope Zoom lens & the fourth camera is a time of flight sensor. The Zoom lens on the handset indicates that there’s 10X Optical Zoom on the Note 20 Ultra just like the Samsung S20 Ultra. The back panel of the phone has a glossy finish to it & S-Pen can also be seen in black colour as well.

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As we know, the device will have an LTPO display with QHD+ resolution & 120Hz high-refresh-rate. It will be by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+, 108MP camera & a new S-Pen.

Are you excited for the Note 20 series launch? let us know in the comments box below.

A tech enthusiast, a graduate in Bachelors of journalism & mass communication. Gagan loves to write about technology and when he's not writing, he's honing his landscape photography skills.

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