Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra unveiled in hands-on video

Yesterday came the first real images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Images that allowed us to have a well-defined idea of ​​what the next top of the South Korean will look like.

But to dispel any additional doubts, today we have a short video hands-on that reveals some more details. This video is by Jimmy is Promo, source of yesterday’s images.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra placed side by side with the Galaxy Note 10+

There was an effort on the part of the source to give us a small comparison with last year’s model. It appears that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be slightly more than the Galaxy Note 10+, due to its screen.

Something that will also be bigger is the size of your rear camera module. This manages to be even thicker than the one present in the Galaxy S20 Ultra, certainly due to its physically larger lenses.

When many talk about a new S Pen, what we see in this video is that this accessory will have the same dimensions as the one launched in 2019. We note the addition of a pointer to this stylus, lacking to know its advantage.

We also had a small glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra interface, showing the smooth navigation of the menus. Something certainly boosted by the 120Hz refresh rate that was not confirmed in this video.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be presented on August 5th

After all the rumors, Samsung has already confirmed the presentation of its next top of the range for the 5th of August. The Galaxy Note 20 will be the protagonists of this event, although more announcements are expected.

The big bet is on the Galaxy Fold 2, the successor of the first folding of the South Korean. This will be the target of some aesthetic renovations that will make it an even more desirable piece of equipment.

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