Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra May Receive New Colour Variants Soon

After months of leaks, Samsung revealed its S series flagship mobile phones earlier this week. The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra feature 120Hz displays, 5G connection, brand-new and also enhanced cams, and also slimmer bezels. Samsung has now started taking pre-registrations for the brand-new Galaxy S20 series phones in India. While Samsung has released the new Galaxy S20 collection phones in three different color alternatives, the electronics giant can also release even more color variations. Fresh leakages recommend that the Galaxy S20 collection may get red, blue, as well as white color versions as well.

The purported red-colored variation of the Samsung Galaxy S20+ has actually been published on Instagram alongside red-colored Galaxy Buds+. This certain variant appears to be unique to a South Korean telecommunications carrier, already. Further, an Indian tipster has likewise tweeted red color version of the Galaxy S20 as well as Galaxy S20+, calling it Aura Red.

To additionally seal the situation, Indian price comparison site Pricebaba asserts to have accessibility to main makes of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ in red colour versions. The web site declares to have actually received these renders via market sources. All these leakages recommend Samsung might likewise offer more colour alternatives with its Galaxy S20 collection phones all over the world.

Another informant claims to have actually shared online images of a blue-colored Galaxy S20+ alongside red and white alternatives. Nevertheless, Samsung’s Korean web site currently lists a Cosmic White color option also, which looks various from the Cosmic Grey color the business revealed at its Galaxy Unpacked 2020 occasion earlier this week.

Samsung might slowly turn out these colour options for the Galaxy S20 series phones worldwide. Already, there’s no main word on whether any of these will be offered in India though.

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