Ahead of its official launch on August 5, WinFuture spilled all of the details we need to know about the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Based on the specs roundup, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will roughly have the same size as the Galaxy S20 Ultra with its 6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with Quad HD+ resolution and 120hz refresh rate. There’s no confirmation yet if you can set 120hz with Quad HD+ resolution at the same time, but WinFuture confirms that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be the first phone to have Gorilla Glass 7.
For the cameras, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will use a 10-megapixel selfie snapper and settle for a triple rear camera setup. The ToF sensor is gone in exchange for a laser autofocus sensor, which is helpful for the 108-megapixel main rear camera. Accompanying it are two 12-megapixel cameras: one being an ultra-wide-angle snapper, and the other being a periscope camera with 5x optical zoom. Unlike the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s zoom capabilities will be capped at 50x.
As for the internals, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will come with 12GB RAM and will use a newer UFS 3.1 storage at either 256GB or 512GB capacities—still expandable via MicroSD. The processor is said to be an Exynos 990, which can be underwhelming for some. Keeping the lights on is a 4500mAh battery with quick charging—WinFuture describes the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s quick charging as being able to top up the battery to 50% in 30 minutes.
Other unique features of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra include a new S-Pen with a low 9ms latency, USB-C 3.2, support for eSIM, and support for XBox Game Pass—making it one of the few phones to support cloud gaming.