What you need to know
- A promotional pamphlet has revealed a promotional offer in Indonesia for pre-orders of the Note 20 series, including free Galaxy Buds Live or Buds+ .
- The pamphlet also appears to confirm a two-device lineup this year, with no Plus variant in sight.
- Along with the Mystic Bronze finish we've seen before, there seems to be a new green color option for the Note 20.
We've already seen countless leaks of the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series in virtually every angle, but a recent photo shared by @Slashleaks on Twitter features a retail pamphlet showing off both the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, along with a pre-order promo to snag a pair of Samsung's true wireless earbuds for free.
#Samsung - #GalaxyNote20 - Galaxy Note 20/Ultra pre Order leaks out https://t.co/afTd0zr8yB pic.twitter.com/7VeA0RCBJY#Samsung - #GalaxyNote20 - Galaxy Note 20/Ultra pre Order leaks out https://t.co/afTd0zr8yB pic.twitter.com/7VeA0RCBJY— /LEAKS (@Slashleaks) July 29, 2020July 29, 2020
Notably, there's no Plus model pictured in the pamphlet, seemingly verifying previously reported leaks indicating a two-model lineup this year — though the picture does appear to reveal a new green finish along with the Mystic Bronze we've seen before.
Based on the information on the right side of the pamphlet, customers will be able to pre-order the Galaxy Note 20 from August 6 to August 19, starting just a day after Samsung's Unpacked event where it's expected to reveal the new devices. Pre-orders will be eligible for a free voucher worth up to 2,599,000 Indonesian rupiahs — roughly $180 USD — offering up the options for the popular Galaxy Buds+ or the upcoming Galaxy Buds Live.
Of course, pre-order offers will vary depending on location, but this is a good indicator that Samsung may offer similar promotional offers in the U.S. and other parts of the world. The good news is that we're only a few days away from finding out.
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