On the Galaxy Note 20, Samsung is also keeping some of its own hues for its home town. South Korean buyers are clearly getting some preferential treatment, giving the Galaxy Note 20 more than three colors that you may not be able to buy anywhere else, at least for now. The Galaxy Note 20, which is sold in The Korean domestic market, will have three additional colors: Mystery Red, Mysterious Blue and Mystery Powder.
Mysterious red, like other red phones, is always eye-catching, but not dazzling, and mysterious pink looks a bit unique, although blue is a personal favorite color, but now too common to really impress people. With the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Samsung is trying to recover from the impact of the Galaxy S20 sales blow and the COVID-19. As predicted, the feedback it receives is quite complex, mainly because of its price tag. Samsung and retail partners are sure to throw out some offers and giveaways to make the phone look more affordable, and having more color options can also help sway some of the impression that it’s good for it.