Samsung will launch the Galaxy S20 series very soon and details of the devices keep popping up. Over the past couple of months, specs of the devices have leaked. Now, the pricing of the 5G phones in the series have been revealed. The prices were revealed by popular leakster Max Weinbach.
The prices revealed are for the base storage variants of the devices. Some are available in ranges that represent uncertainty and not storage options.
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G series rumored prices
According to the leak, the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G will cost between €900 and €1,000. The Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G will have a price tag between €1,050 and €1,100 while the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G will go for €1,300. The 4G variants of these devices are expected to cost €100 less than their 5G counterparts.
|Samsung Galaxy S20 5G||€900 – €1,000|
|Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G||€1050 – €1,100|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G||€1,300|
This pricing is higher when compared with 2019’s Samsung Galaxy S10 series. The Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ started at €750, €900, and €1,000 respectively.
According to Max, the US prices of the Galaxy S20 series will be lower than the European prices. He guessed that the Galaxy S20, the Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra would go for $850, $950, and $1,200 respectively. However, the US prices include VAT while the Euro prices do not.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 (Samsung Galaxy Z Flip) is also expected to launch with a price tag of €1,400. This is only €100 more than the rumored price of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It would also be a steal in comparison with the first Galaxy Fold which launched at €2,000. However, the Galaxy Fold 2 will reportedly use the Snapdragon 855 chipset and not the 866.