Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus Renders 2

The alleged Galaxy Note 20 Plus (or Ultra) render

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series to come in five colorways.
  • The name and colorways of the new Galaxy Z Flip have also been confirmed.
  • The colors for the new true wireless Galaxy Buds will reportedly match those of the Note 20 phones.

If recent leaks and rumors are to be believed, Samsung will soon launch a slate of new products. On the cards are two Samsung Galaxy Note 20 models, a new Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Watch 3, Galaxy Buds Live, and Galaxy Tab S7.

All these are expected to show up either at Samsung’s rumored summer Unpacked event, or the days leading up to it. As their launch nears, we’re seeing an upturn in leaks and the latest one from tipster Ishan Agarwal outs all the color options for the upcoming Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Plus, and the new Galaxy Z Flip. On a side note, folks at XDA Developers also found evidence confirming Galaxy Z Flip 5G as the name of the upcoming foldable phone.

Coming back to the colorway leak, Agarwal says that the Galaxy Note 20 series will be available in five options: gray, green, and copper for the regular Samsung Galaxy Note 20, and copper, white, as well as black for the Note 20 Plus. Leaker Jon Prosser also backs this information and claims that the Mint Green color is “Hawt.”

If you compare the colors to the Galaxy Note 10 series, the white and black options remain unchanged. Only the green and copper shades seem to be new. There’s no red or pink in the list as was the case with Note 10 line, but Agarwal says it’s possible that the new Notes have more colorways than the ones reported by him.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G will apparently get black, gray, and copper colorways. In contrast, the first generation Z Flip was launched in black, purple, and gold colorways. It also had a silver Thom Browne edition, so the new 5G foldable might just get one of those.

As for Samsung’s true wireless earphones — reportedly called the Galaxy Buds Live — Agarwal claims the color options will match those of the Galaxy Note 20 phones. He expects them to be available in black, white, and copper colorways. We hope Samsung lets people mix and match colors for the new Galaxy Buds as it did with the Galaxy Buds Plus in Korea.

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