SAMSUNG seems to have leaked an image from their latest smartphone on its own website in a fun mistake.
The image, which appeared Tuesday on the official Samsung Russia website, shows what the firm’s new top-secret Galaxy Note mobile could be.
Samsung has not yet acknowledged that it is making the device thick, which is believed to be called the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, but it is rumored to launch in October.
The alleged photo of the phone, which has now been removed from the Samsung site, was posted on Twitter by tech guru Ishan Agarwal.
“It could be our first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphone,” wrote the 17-year-old.
“This image of the Bronze / Copper Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was found on Samsung’s official Russian website.”
The image shows a large phone with square edges and a shiny bronze finish.
Like all Samsung Note series phones, the device has a stylus that users can use to touch the screen instead of their finger.
A triple camera array on the back resembles the three snappers on the back of last year’s Galaxy Note 10.
That nodule featured wide-angle and telephoto zoom lenses on top of the main camera, though Samsung may shake this array for the Note 20.Samsung is rumored to be working on up to three versions of the Galaxy Note 20.
They include an entry-level model, a larger Note 20+, and an upgraded Note 20 Ultra – the device believed to display the leaked photo.
Rumors suggest that the Note 20 Ultra will come with a 108 megapixel camera and will cost around £ 999 / $ 1099.
Of course, there is no way to confirm that the image actually shows the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, so take it with a pinch of salt for now.
The image may show a mobile concept used as part of promotional materials, rather than anything Samsung is directly working on.
It is likely that we will know more about the Note 20 when Samsung officially presents it. The company is expected to do so during an event in early August.