While both versions of the Galaxy Note 20 are available in three colors, the 512GB Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is available in just one color. And that's Mystic Black.
If you were hoping to get the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in Mystic Bronze with 512GB of storage, well, you're out of luck. At least for now. Samsung could opt to make it available later on though. We have seen that happen before.
Samsung is betting most won't buy the 512GB model
Samsung is likely only offering the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 512GB in one color because it assumes that most people won't be buying it. After it does cost $1449.99. Which is not cheap for a smartphone, and considering how well the Galaxy S20 series sold, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 512GB is not going to sell millions.
So offering it one color is likely the best option for Samsung, themselves. As it allows them to offer 512GB, without making a bunch of different color SKUs for that storage model.
Luckily, there are plenty of great cases available for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, that you can use to really dress up the look of the device. Even some from Samsung, like the Kadvrat Cover which looks amazing.
There's lots of freebies with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Samsung always offers a ton of freebies, but this time around, there's quite a few.
If you pre-order, you will get a $200 credit to Samsung.com to spend on accessories and such. And if you buy the Galaxy Watch 3 and/or Galaxy Buds Live with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra pre-order, you'll get 10% off.
Now since the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra does support Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, there's a new bundle available that you can use your credit to purchase. The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Bundle includes a Bluetooth gaming controller (the new PowerA MOGA controller announced yesterday), as well as Xbox Game Pass Ultimate free for three months. That is an estimated $114.96 value. Making for a really sweet deal to use your credit for.
Samsung is also offering up four months of YouTube Premium for free and six months of Spotify Premium for free.
Samsung is doing quite a bit to entice people to pre-order the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and some of these freebies might be enough to tempt them into doing so. Particularly the gamers out there, being able to play Xbox games on your smartphone from the cloud is definitely clutch.