European pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S20 phones will come with a free pair of Galaxy Buds+. This new model will have an MSRP of €170, according to leakster Roland Quand, but they'll be free if you place your order no later than March 8.
The first deliveries are expected to reach consumers on March 13. However, Galaxy S10 pre-orders shipped out early last year, so there’s a chance the S20 and Buds+ will be delivered a few days early.
So, how much for a Galaxy S20, S20+ or S20 Ultra? We’ve seen the approximate prices for mainland Europe, now prolific S20 leakster Max Weinbach has UK prices, which he believes are more accurate than the earlier estimates. Also, this looks like a tacit confirmation that the S20 Ultra will not have a 4G version.
|Samsung Galaxy S20||£800||£875|
|Samsung Galaxy S20+||£1,000||£1,075|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra||-||£1,145|
|Samsung Galaxy Z Flip||£1,300||-|
As usual, note that these prices are for the base storage. The expected premium for 5G was €100, which apparently translates to £75 in the UK.
Agreed. And most country doesn't have proper set up for 5G implementation YET.
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