Possible Samsung Galaxy S20 range and Galaxy Z Flip prices and official sales date revealed
The Samsung Galaxy S20 range is expected to be revealed on February 11, with pre-orders of the devices starting on that date. However, the supposed official sales date and the European prices may have just been unveiled, and the pricing scheme will not be too surprising to those who have followed the escalation of premium smartphone price tags over recent years.
So what can a buyer in Europe expect to pay for a Samsung Galaxy S20 5G? Apparently, around €900 according to one source and between €900 and €1,000 according to another source. The Plus 5G variant of the Galaxy S20 could cost from €1,050 to €1,100, while the Ultra 5G edition of the smartphone may be priced at around the €1,300 mark. It also seems that 4G variants could be priced €100 lower than their 5G-capable counterparts. This pricing information comes from Frandroid and XDA’s Max Weinbach.
As for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, Weinbach has gone for €1,400, although he expects that price tag to change. The well-known tech insider has also provided some guesswork in regard to the US pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, with US$850 for the entry-level model, US$950 for the Plus variant with the 6.7-inch display, and US$1,200 for the 6.9-inch S20 Ultra with its 108 MP camera.
As is pointed out, the prices are high but the Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones are coming packed to the gills with incredible components, which apparently includes the Exynos 990 7nm chipset. As for the supposed actual general sales date for the S20 range, that is currently believed to be March 13; so still some time to start saving up for what will likely be one of this year’s highest-rated premium smartphones.
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