Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra earlier this week and announced their prices for the US, UK and European markets. Today, the Korean conglomerate revealed the prices of its 2020 Galaxy S flagships for India.
The Galaxy S20 is priced at INR66,999 ($935/€865) whereas the S20+ costs INR73,999 ($1035/€955). And if you choose to go for the S20 Ultra, you'll have to shell out INR92,999 ($1300/€1200). These prices are for the 128GB storage variant and the trio will come in three color options - Cloud Blue, Cosmic Gray, and Cosmic Black.
The three smartphones are already up for pre-orders on Samsung India's official site, with sales beginning on March 6. Those who pre-book the vanilla S20 can get the Galaxy Buds+ for INR2,999 ($40/€38), while those who go for the Plus or Ultra model can get it for INR1,999 ($30/€25).
You can also get Samsung Care+ for INR1,999 ($30/€25), which protects your phone against accidental and liquid damage for a year.
While waiting for our detailed written review of the Galaxy S20 trio, you can check out our Galaxy S20 and S20+ hands-on here, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra hands-on over here. We also have an S20 Ultra hands-on video for you, which is linked below.
Definitely not for average Indian.. hut definitely easy to buy for average Indian with a stable job
Are you high? The sheer populace of india means that if it even gets 3 percent of sales of total market, it is worth 5-10 million phones sold. Which company would not want that. Plus he is correct. Even freaking oneplus feels same in hand as a samsun...
Its cheaper than US !!!! I guess its locally manufactured in india and not in us. Of course it uses Exynos and I am waiting for benchmarks comparing S865 to E990.