Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra could come with this killer freebie

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Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will include a complimentary pair of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds Live noise-cancelling earbuds, although there might be a catch.

Though a Twitter user spotted this promotion in Indonesia, there's no guarantee the deal will run in every country. That said, scoring a complimentary pair of the bean-shaped buds, which will cost about $179 according to the alleged ad, makes a pretty good case for pre-ordering the premium Samsung Galaxy Note 20 phone.

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This promotion lines up with previous rumors we've heard about the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live being priced under $200 and bundled with Note 20 purchases. But now we can believe the deal is real, at least in select markets.

Actual pre-orders for the new Note series aren't open yet, but you can make a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 pre-order reservation through the company's website now.

When you save a slot before August 5 and carry out your purchase, you'll also get a $50 voucher for Samsung's store, which features Galaxy-brand tablets, wearables, and other accessories.

Or, you can wait until after August 5 to see the Note 20 purchasing details and possible promotions at Samsung Unpacked. 

As for technical details and specifications, we're expecting two different models — the 6.42-inch standard Note 20 and a 6.87-inch Note 20 Ultra. Both will likely run on Snapdragon 865 Plus chipsets, with the larger Note 20 Ultra featuring a display with a dynamic 120Hz refresh rate.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Buds Live are a pair of legume-like earbuds that, based on leaked renders, appear to sit flush inside your ears and employ a wingtip design to create a seal for active noise cancellation.

We're less than a week away from both the Buds Live and Note 20's anticipated launch, so check back here for all the last-minute rumors and leaks about Samsung's upcoming devices.

Kate Kozuch

Kate Kozuch is the managing editor of social and video at Tom’s Guide. She covers smartwatches, TVs and audio devices, too. Kate appears on Fox News to talk tech trends and runs the Tom's Guide TikTok account, which you should be following. When she’s not filming tech videos, you can find her taking up a new sport, mastering the NYT Crossword or channeling her inner celebrity chef.