Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra official render leaks from Samsung website

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
(Image credit: Samsung)

An official render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has just been Samsung itself. And it looks a lot like previous renders of the upcoming top-tier flagship phone.

Leaker Max Weinbach was seemingly the first to reveal a pair of images, noting he’d found them on a Russian Samsung website. Other leakers quickly spread the word, with Ben Geskin even tweeting a link – which was still live at press time – that pointed to one of the photos on Samsung’s official site.

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Leaker @OnLeaks noted the similarity between the new image and the unofficial render he had leaked back in May – though he’d referred to it as the Galaxy Note 20 Plus instead of the Note 20 Ultra. 

Nothing in the new image indicates that this is the Ultra model, as even the image’s link slug refers to it as the ‘galaxy-note8’, so it’s the series of leakers who are asserting that this is, in fact, the long-rumored Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: real or not?

While we’d presumed that the release of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra indicated that there would be a stylus-packing Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, a recent tipster stated that the company would only release a standard and Plus-sized model. 

The subsequent appearance of a Bluetooth SIG certification mentioning the Note 20 Ultra by name, however, resurrected the possibility that we’d get a top-specced model in the Note 20 line. An even more recent specs leak reinforced the existence of an Ultra model.

Since we’re expecting the Note 20 line to come out in August, we’re anticipating more leaks and rumors that give us insight into what the Ultra looks like – though an image off an official Samsung site is a good start.

David Lumb

David is now a mobile reporter at Cnet. Formerly Mobile Editor, US for TechRadar, he covered phones, tablets, and wearables. He still thinks the iPhone 4 is the best-looking smartphone ever made. He's most interested in technology, gaming and culture – and where they overlap and change our lives. His current beat explores how our on-the-go existence is affected by new gadgets, carrier coverage expansions, and corporate strategy shifts.