There is a story going around this week that companies pay websites to leak their handsets, but it seems Samsung has chose to cut out the middle man and leak their upcoming flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, directly from their website.
How this happened was when a Russian YouTuber, Techno Harry, was just surfing on the Samsung Russian website and discovered a new addition to the Galaxy Note 8 landing page. There's a camera array with a folded zoom lens, and honestly, an overall design that reminds us of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which released earlier this year.
What about features? The major new feature we can gleam from documents we've seen is Bixby gesture control. A new leak now reveals that the South Korean smartphone manufacturer has accidentally confirmed that design of the next Note device.
The Mystic Bronze version of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G.
Last month rumours suggest the Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones will come in several colour options including Black, Copper, Grey, and Mint Green. Overnight the unreleased Galaxy Note 20 showed up on the Samsung website.
One render shows the Note 20 Ultra on its side and the other shows the device standing vertically, but they both pretty much show the same thing. We wouldn't be surprised if these exact same assets are used for the bronze Note 20 Ultra when the phone is actually announced and begins appearing on Samsung's website a few weeks from now. As the date in which the company will start the next-generation Note line.