The second foldable smartphone from the South Korean device maker's stable now retails at Rs 1,08,999, down from its launch price of Rs 1,15,999.
As you can see in the pictures above there appears to be three massive lenses in the camera module - comprised of the rumoured a 108MP main sensor, 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 13MP periscope zoom lens.
According to frequent Samsung leaker Max Weinbach, who was among the first to spot the goof, the unannounced device is the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Furthermore, we can also see the design of the S-Pen and it comes with the same Bronze colour aesthetic. Yet that's exactly what's happened, particularly in the case of the range-topping Galaxy Note 20 Ultra variant.
From the images, it appears that the smartphone will sport the "Mystic Bronze" colour and will come with a triple camera setup in the rear which will be neatly placed on the left side of the phone. Samsung website is yet to list the new price, but the offer of no-cost EMI up to 18 months through various leading banks is live.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip price in India has been dropped by Rs. 7,000. Samsung's latest foldable smartphone, Galaxy Z Flip, will now be available at a starting price of Rs 1,08,999 instead of Rs 1,15,999. We expect the company to make this product available in other countries soon, but there's no confirmation yet.
These images, of course, have not been confirmed by Samsung, but they do quite clearly show a Galaxy Note that has never released. While nothing is official, Samsung has been strongly rumoured to be hosting its next big Galaxy Unpacked event later this summer on August 5, so check back around then for more info on Samsung's next big phone. The company is yet to reveal details about the upcoming Note series.