Samsung announced its new Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra phones at its Unpacked 2020 online event. The Verge’s Dieter Bohn has the full breakdown on everything you need to know about both devices above. I’m just here to tell you where you can pre-order them. Oh, and if you’re curious about when you can pre-order the new Galaxy Z Fold 2, that’s coming on September 1st.
Both Note 20 phones will release on Friday, August 21st, but pre-orders open up tomorrow, August 6th. Below, you’ll find all the carrier stores and retailers that will be accepting pre-orders, along with their pricing. First, here’s what you’ll get in terms of free incentives along with your pre-order.
You can get free stuff with a pre-order
If you pre-order either the Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra before August 20th, you’ll get some free goodies with your purchase. Buying the $1,000 Note 20 will earn you a $100 Samsung credit that can be redeemed on its site or through the Shop Samsung app, and it can go toward “curated bundles and select products like Samsung TVs, Galaxy Buds Live, tablets and more.”
The $1,300 Note 20 Ultra comes with a $150 credit. To redeem either credit, you’ll need to provide your proof of purchase through the Shop Samsung app. (Note: you’ll be eligible for this credit regardless of where you choose to buy a Note 20-series device.)
One of those curated bundles, in case you were curious, is an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Bundle that includes the PowerA MOGA XP5-X Plus Bluetooth gaming controller and a three-month subscription to Game Pass Ultimate. The fine print mentions that the Game Pass Ultimate subscription will work only if you’re a new subscriber, though, not a current one.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20
Samsung is selling one configuration of the Note 20 in the US. It has 128 GB of internal storage and 8 GB of RAM. There’s no microSD support on this model. This size of the Note 20 has a 6.7-inch FHD+ screen with a hole-punch camera and is powered by the Snapdragon 865 Plus processor. The Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra model below are 5G-ready, with support for mmWave and sub-6Ghz coverage.