Galaxy Note20 gets a Red colorway in the US, Z Flip 5G arrives in White

Back in August, the world of smartphones was still recovering from big disruptions that ravaged the market due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a bid to catch customers in the flagship spectrum, Samsung released its Galaxy Note20 series and a new variant of its successful Galaxy Z Flip featuring 5G connectivity. The sales of these smartphones can’t be compared to what the company achieves in the mid-range segment, but we believe that they are solid enough to deserve new colorways. As usual, Samsung is bringing new colors for its flagships in a bid to attract new customers. The Galaxy Note 20 now is getting the Mystic Red color, while the Galaxy Z Flip 5G is getting the Mystic White colorways. That’s right, Red and White colorways right in the Christmas Season.

Unfortunately, if you’re a resident of Europe you can’t get any of the new colorways. At least for now, Samsung is offering the new phones exclusively on its Samsung US website. The price is the same as the original colors. Companies often sell new colorways for the same price as older colors, the same can’t be said about third-party resellers who try to earn a little more with newly arrived colors. We don’t know if these colors will be available for a limited time or if stocks will be replenished. However, apparently, the company has a lot of these colors to offer. The Galaxy Note20 Mystic Red shipments will start by December 8. When it comes to the Galaxy Z Flip 5G Mystic White, shipments will start by December 7. That is a day ahead of the Mystic Bronze and Mystic Gray colors.

The new colors will be shipped in the next week

In the United States, the Galaxy Note20 5G will set you back by $850. However, you can bring this price down to $250 with an eligible trade-in smartphone. The Galaxy Z Flip 5G retails at $1,450, however, you can still bring the price down to $1,000 assuming you have an eligible phone to trade-in.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G sighted in three new colors - Android Community

The Galaxy Note20 5G and Galaxy Z Flip 5G have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset in the United States. The former comes with a gorgeous AMOLED display, 64MP Triple-Camera setup, and a 4,300mAh battery with 25W fast-charging. The Galaxy Z Flip 5G comes as an upgrade for the device released in early 2020. The big novelty here is the 5G connectivity.

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