We already heard nearly everything about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 series including the release date, specifications, features and price. But the South Korean tech company still had some surprises wrap under its sleeves.
Leaking up the most recent major classified Galaxy S20 details is none other than Samsung itself after it created a dedicated registration and pre-order landing page. Place an order and Samsung promises shipment by March 6, 2020, a release date which is quite unexpected given that the Galaxy S20 family will announce more than three weeks advanced on February 11th.
Moreover, should you’re at all interested purchasing one of the Galaxy S20, S20+ or the S20 Ultra, you should register now because Samsung added a disclaimer: “supplies will be limited.” The Galaxy line maker also guarantees a “limited time offer” which leaks have confirmed is reasonably enticing.
But should you pre-order either of the Galaxy S20 smartphones? The iteration increased manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) most especially for the 5G variants, may cause some hesitation.
The flagship Galaxy S20 Ultra feature a brand new camera setup with super-high resolutions and up to 10x optical zoom, 120Hz refresh rate display and bigger battery pack.
As for the pricing, the cost for the Galaxy S20 family have leaked for European models with asking prices listed below:
- Galaxy S20 – starting at €812
- Galaxy S20+ and S20+ 5G – starting at €1,023 and €1,128 respectively
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G – starting at €1,395
While the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G selling price is arguably jaw-dropping, it is also has the biggest among the trio and plainly not built for consumers. The price tag of the entry-level Galaxy S20 does look tempting as it seems to be inexpensive than the Galaxy S10, but the Galaxy S20 is actually the new moniker for the S10e successor and the Galaxy S20+ will be new generation for the Galaxy S10.