To this end, Counterpoint research specialists went on a quest to find out how much the flagship costs to make. The researchers did this by compiling a list of the phone’s inside components.
The result of the research shows that all the components of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G cost $468 in total. Adding the costs of software development, packaging, accessories, and testing, brings the total cost to $549.
The Counterpoint researchers also came up with a visual representation of what percentage of different companies’ components were used in the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G 128GB. Samsung components take the lead with 50% in the Snapdragon version. This reportedly shoots up to about 70% in the Exynos version.