It's expected that Samsung will officially introduce the Galaxy Note 20 next month, but it looks like the company accidentally gave us a preview of its next big thing today.
Samsung Russia has posted two images that show the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The photos, spotted by Max Weinbach, appear on the Galaxy Note 8 product page of Samsung Russia's website and they show the Note 20 Ultra in a color referred to as "Mystic Bronze".
There are two images of the Note 20 Ultra, one showing the device laying horizontally and the other showing it vertically.
The images show a device with a large rectangular camera bump and what look to be three camera sensors. There's a flash in the upper right corner of the camera bump plus what looks to be a couple of sensors below it.
We can also see what look to be volume and power buttons on the side of the device and an S Pen with the same Mystic Bronze color.
Rumors have said that the Note 20 Ultra could feature a 6.87-inch screen with 120Hz refresh rate. We've also heard that the rear camera array could include a 108MP main cam as well as a 12MP ultra-wide camera and a 13MP telephoto sensor with 50x zoom. The processor will likely be Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 865 chipset.
Samsung will reportedly introduce the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra on August 5.