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    Samsung will launch Galaxy Note 20 in Mystic Green in Korea this week

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    Last updated: September 21st, 2020 at 08:06 UTC+02:00

    Samsung has announced that it will launch the Mystic Green color variant of the Galaxy Note 20 in South Korea on September 25. The smartphone will be priced at KRW 1,199,000 (around $1,035), similar to other color variants of the device that are already available in the country.

    Apart from Samsung Digital Plaza, Samsung's website, and other online and offline sellers, the Galaxy Note 20's Mystic Green color variant will also be available through LG Uplus, KT, and SKT in South Korea. With the launch of the new color variant, the Galaxy Note 20 will be available in these six colors: Mystic Bronze, Mystic Grey, Mystic Blue, Mystic Red, Mystic Pink, and Mystic Green.

    The South Korean firm is also offering various benefits to customers who buy the Galaxy Note 20 or the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra until October 31. Buyers will get a KRW 100,000 (around $86) discount coupon for purchasing genuine cases and accessories or a 1-year Samsung Care+ plan. The company is also offering a 4-month subscription to YouTube Premium, a 3-month subscription to Millie's e-book library, and a Galaxy Store Welcome package.

    Samsung is also offering a Rewards Program for customers who return their existing phone while purchasing a Galaxy Note 20 series device. The company is offering up to twice the price of the used smartphone under this program, which runs until October 31.

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