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(Pocket-lint) - Samsung seems to have prematurely revealed its next premium smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, through its own website.

Renders of the yet-to-be-announced Galaxy Note 20 Ultra were spotted on the official Samsung Russia website, according to Ishan Agarwal on Twitter. Oddly, the images appear on a page for the Galaxy Note 8; they're the background on the “Discover the next-generation Note” section.

These images, of course, have not been confirmed by Samsung, but they do quite clearly show a Galaxy Note that has never released. There's a camera array with a folded zoom lens, and honestly, an overall design that reminds us of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which released earlier this year.

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The section on Samsung's Russian site that reveals the Galaxy Note 20 links out to the Galaxy Note 10, the current-generation Note. One can presume someone making Samsung’s site used the wrong images, grabbing the next-generation Note 20 Ultra renders instead of the Note 10's.

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Leaker Ice Universe has claimed the Galaxy Note 20 series will come in a new copper colour, so these renders just might be legit. Samsung typically releases its Galaxy Note phones in late summer, so a July leak isn't too unusual considering the phone might arrive as soon as August.

Writing by Maggie Tillman. Originally published on 1 July 2020.