In an unsurprising turn of events, a newly surfaced report suggests India won’t be getting every color option that Samsung has planned for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. More specifically, the regular model is expected to launch in green and bronze variants, whereas the direct successor to last year’s Galaxy Note 10+ should be available in black and that very same bronze hue. Previous rumors suggested the finish shared by both models will be marketed as Mystic Bronze (pictured above), whereas one of the other colors may be officially called Mint Green.
In other words, there’s still no indication that the recently surfaced white version of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be available for purchase in India, at least not from day one. Speaking of which, the same source suggests you shouldn’t expect to be able to buy an LTE-only variant of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Galaxy Note 20 launch happening next week
The Mystic Bronze color could be the final name of the Copper Brown finish we originally learned about last month. It’s still unclear whether the S Pen colors will be contrasting those of their accompanying Galaxy Note 20 models, which is a practice Samsung first introduced with the 2019 generation of its productivity smartphones.
The Galaxy Note 20 lineup is scheduled to be officially announced next Wednesday, August 5th. As is the case with every new flagship series from Samsung, expect a pre-order period lasting several weeks before these latest stylus-equipped smartphones actually hit the store shelves. Today’s report even gives a concrete Galaxy Note 20 release date for India – August 28th – but with a disclaimer pointing to its tentative nature.
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