New Galaxy S20 series US pricing leak makes for some hard reading

The S20 series will be unveiled on February 11. (Source:91Mobiles)
The Galaxy S20 phones are billed to be unveiled in a week. A new leak has given us pricing information for the phones across US carriers, and, well, it doesn't sound too good. The base S20 could potentially start at US$999, making it US$300 more expensive than Apple's cheapest iPhone this year, the iPhone 11.
Ricci Rox,

The Samsung Galaxy S20 phones will be unveiled in exactly a week. We already know much about the phones, but concrete pricing information has remained elusive. A new leak, however, has now given us our first look at how the phones could potentially be priced in the US.

A series of tweets by Jon Prosser has revealed the touted pricing details for the Galaxy S20 series. According to the FrontPageTech man, the phones will be priced differently across carriers.


  • S20 - US$899 
  • S20+ - US$1,099 
  • S20 Ultra - US$1,299 

On T-Mobile and Verizon

  • S20 - US$999 
  • S20+ - US$1,199 
  • S20 Ultra - US$1,399 

We're not sure why the AT&T pricing is US$100 lower across the board. It's important to note that the source tweet specifies that the AT&T phones are also 5G-capable, so it's not a case of AT&T just selling the cheaper 4G models.

For what it's worth, the numbers supplied here—at least the AT&T ones—match up rather nicely to the figures we derived from leakster Ishan Agarwal's leak a few weeks ago.

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Ricci Rox, 2020-02- 4 (Update: 2020-02- 4)
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