Samsung Ukraine accidentally posts image of the Mystic Bronze Galaxy Note20 Ultra

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Samsung appears to have posted images of the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 Ultra before its official reveal. Nonetheless, and the phone looks mighty fine.

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra posters were first spotted by tipster Max Weinbach and he posted them on Twitter. According to GSMArena, the bottom lens is probably a prism lens for zooming capability while all three of the sensors have a mystic bronze accent ring to it along with the periphery of the camera setup that looks pretty dope. The mobile phone is pictured in a new colour reportedly referred to as "Mystic Bronze".

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is no stranger to leaks, but we never expected our clearest look yet at the back of Samsung's next phablet to come from the tech giant itself.

Unsurprisingly, the S Pen will return for the Note 20 series. The left is not visible.

Samsung Ukraine accidentally posts image of the Mystic Bronze Galaxy Note20 Ultra
Samsung Ukraine accidentally posts image of the Mystic Bronze Galaxy Note20 Ultra

Notably, the posters have now been deleted from the Samsung Ukrainian website.

It's unclear how exactly the leak happened, but The Verge posits that someone at Samsung might have simply used the wrong assets when attempting to upload images of "the next generation Note" to sit on a landing page for an older model. There is a good chance we'll see the Galaxy Z Flip 5G and Galaxy Fold. Due to the pandemic, the company is expected to host an online-only event like all other brands. I acknowledge that while I wasn't a massive fan of this Samsung Galaxy Notice 20's aesthetic in previous escapes.

But do note (heh) that there is now no direct proof that this copper-coloured device is the Galaxy Note20 Ultra.

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