On February 11th, Samsung Galaxy S20 goes official and we’ve heard a lot about those devices so far. Another Samsung Galaxy S20 leak this week potentially tells us the prices for the next Samsung flagship lines as well as when you will be able to buy them.
Today, Frandroid reports a few new details about the Samsung Galaxy S20, citing “several sources” It includes, most importantly future pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra.
Pricing has been the one thing that has evaded leaks to date, but even now it’s important to take all of this with a grain of salt. At this point, prices aren’t always locked and things could change as Samsung reveals event rolls around.
So, how much are you going to shell out on the Samsung Galaxy S20? According to Frandroid, the standard Galaxy S20 will have a market price of “more than € 900,” the Samsung Galaxy S20+, “more than € 1,000” and, the S20 Ultra, “more than € 1300.” That seems… strange, but it’s backed up by Max Weinbach who has been leaking the Samsung Galaxy S20 series for several days. He reported a similar pricing for Europe as seen below.
Weinbach also mentions that 4G versions of these devices would likely also be available at prices down by around 100 euros. This detail was also backed up by Frandroid, which stated specifically that these models will be available in France among other regions.
Importantly, those rates should not be converted directly to US.
This latest leak also details launch dates outside of the pretty expensive Samsung Galaxy S20 prices. Apparently, we can expect pre-orders from Samsung Galaxy S20 to kick off immediately after Samsung Unpacked on February 11, and run through March 13, when the phone is officially on sale.
Having almost a full month between announcement and release is out of pattern for Samsung over the past few years as flagships for the most part went on sale within a few weeks of being announced.