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Galaxy Note 20 spotted wearing bright red, blue, and pink colorways

Forget Mystic Bronze, these colorways could be the best reasons to snag a Galaxy Note 20 if you're in Korea.

Published onAugust 7, 2020

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Camera lens closeup
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  • Red, blue, and pink variants of the Galaxy Note 20 have been spotted in South Korea.
  • The colorways may join the Mystic Bronze, Mystic Green, and Mystic Gray options currently available.
  • It’s not clear if these colorways will be offered globally.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 may look fairly lacklustre on paper compared to its more expensive Galaxy Note 20 Ultra sibling, but it does have an advantage when it comes to colorways.

While the Ultra is available in the fairly unexciting bronze, black, and white shades, the Note 20 can be had in Mystic Green and Mystic Gray colorways too. But it seems Samsung may be ready to add at least three additional finishes to its Korean lineup.

Spotted on Twitter, Samsung apparently has a trio of flashier colorways for the Galaxy Note 20 in the works for South Korea. These shades include red, blue, and pink. The latter has a similar sheen to the Mystic Green variant with a slightly duller finish. The other two colorways are decidedly brighter and vibrant, similarly striking to the bright yellow Samsung Galaxy S10e or the BTS-inspired Galaxy S20 Plus.

Mystic Red / Blue / Pink
— powered by.plasma (@TEQHNIKACROSS) August 6, 2020

Korea Telecom is teasing a red Note 20 color variant on its store, suggesting that the colorway should make an appearance in the country relatively soon. There are also suggestions each colorway could be offered as an exclusive to each major telecoms firms in South Korea.

With that in mind, it’s unclear if Samsung would make these colorways available in other markets. If they do cross the Pacific, they may be offered as exclusive variants to US carriers or retailers. It’s also unclear if the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will also receive more adventurous visual variants in the future.

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