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[Updated] It’s Official: Samsung Galaxy Note20 series is coming on August 5; First-ever hands-on video

Update as of July 9th: Apparently, leakster Jimmy Is Promo got the very first unit of Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra is a posh black color variant. The 1.25-minute video gives a great look at the phone almost three weeks ahead of its launch. The camera bump at the back is a huge compared to that of Galaxy S20 series and the S Pen is the same as well. Jimmy tried hiding the chin but a glimpse of the chiselled and tiny chin can be seen when the leakster tries to show the change in placement of S-Pen and speaker.

Here’s the first hands-on of Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra that you should watch.


It’s now official. Samsung has scheduled its next Unpacked launch event on August 5. The South Korean giant has invited all the tech enthusiasts in a 15-sec video that gives a vague glimpse at the upcoming event. Unlike previous launch events, Samsung will hold a virtual Unpacked event that will be streamed live on Samsung’s website at 10 am ET or 2 pm UTC.

Note that Samsung didn’t specifically mention any ‘models’ to arrive although the video shows a mystic bronze-colored S-Pen melting. This also hints at the credibility of the 4K renders that leaked on Samsung Russian website giving the first-ever look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series in a majestic Mystic Bronze color variant.

Samsung will be releasing the latest ecosystem of Galaxy devices which includes the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note20 series, Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Tab S7+, Galaxy Z Fold 2, and Galaxy Z Flip 5G.

There’s also upcoming Galaxy Watch3 that has been doing the rounds of the rumor mill and the all-new Galaxy Buds Live TWS earphones that are expected to arrive this month although there are no dates available of now. Watch out this space for more updates.


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