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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 pre-order prices leaked, mentions Galaxy Buds Live as well

The image not just shows the handset once again but also the pre-order details. It even confirms the name of the earbuds and pre-order dates.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 pre-order details.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 pre-order details. (Slashleaks)

We’re just days away from the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones but it doesn’t seem like leaks will stop hitting the web. After watching several renders of the Galaxy Note 20 series and the leaked specs, we now have come across an image shared by Slashleaks. The image not just shows the handset once again but also its pre-order details in Indonesia. It even confirms the name of the earbuds and pre-order dates. 

One can pre-order the smartphone from August 6-19 and get e-vouchers to purchase Galaxy Buds Live or Buds+ worth up to Rp 2,599,000 (roughly 13,000). This piece of information confirms the name of the earbuds and the fact that it will be up for pre-orders just after the August 5 launch date in select countries – Indonesia being one of them.

Also read: Galaxy Buds Live features, specs and price revealed ahead of August 5 launch

However, the Galaxy Buds Live and Galaxy Note 20 series are just two products out of five that will be showcased during the ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ event. In a recently posted official trailer, the company showed five products in the end that will essentially be the key launches during the conference. Besides the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Buds Live, the firms even showed a tablet, which is likely the Galaxy Tab 7, new Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Fold 2. 

In addition to launching new Galaxy devices, the teaser hinted that the company will also be showcasing exclusive and inside stories from developers, designers and innovators from the Samsung Digital City which is the “Heart of Samsung”.

Also read: Galaxy Note 20 to Galaxy Z Fold 2, Samsung to launch these premium devices on August 5

All that is left to do is for Samsung to confirm these details and reveal the availability and the pricing. That said, the leaked details should be taken with a pinch of salt as the company hasn’t confirmed anything yet. We’ll have to wait for the company’s August 5 event to know all the details.