Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is becoming less of a secret by the hour.
A few days ago, Samsung Russia accidentally leaked an image of the upcoming phone on its website. And now, an FCC listing for the device, spotted by MySmartPrice, gives us a look at some of its specs.
According to the listing, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor with 5G connectivity, and wireless charging (it’s possible that the chipset in question is actually the yet-unannounced Snapdragon 865 Plus).
Samsung has also received certification for a new LED View Cover for the smaller Galaxy Note 20 Plus, and the FCC listing mentions an S-Pen that likely belongs to the smallest variant of the phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
No other specs have been revealed in the listing, though we know from the leaked image that it’ll have a triple-lens rear camera on the back. Other rumors say the phone will come with a 6.9-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, as well as 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage or more.
That’s not all, though. YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo has posted some real-life images of the black version of the Note 20 Ultra, showing it from all sides. The photos show a single, centrally positioned selfie camera and thin bezels on the front, and confirm the triple camera setup on the back. In one of the photos, you can clearly see that one of the cameras on the back has a periscope lens. Also, that camera bump is absolutely massive.
Finally, a recent report in Korean’s ETnews says that the Note 20 series will launch on Aug. 5, with the phone becoming available in Korea on Aug. 21.