Samsung's new flagship trio - Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra was unveiled in February, with pre-orders shipping since March 6. Now all three are starting their availability proper and can be purchased from multiple online and offline retailers.
All three phones can be found in 4G and 5G markets across the globe. You can check out the pricing in key ones in the table below:
|Samsung Galaxy S20||US||Europe||India||UK|
|128GB storage (4G)||-||€899||INR66,999 ($905/€805)||£799|
|128GB storage (5G)||$999||€999||-||£899|
|Samsung Galaxy S20+|
|128GB storage (4G)||-||€999||INR73,999 ($1,000/€885)||-|
|128GB storage (5G)||$1,199||€1,099||-||£999|
|512GB storage (5G)||$1,299||€1,249||-||-|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra|
|128GB storage (4G)||-||-||INR92,999 ($1,255/€1,115)||-|
|128GB storage (5G)||$1,399||€1,349||-||£1,199|
|512GB storage (5G)||$1,599||€1,549||-||£1,399|
A12 is ordinary. Only Benchmark champ. Struggled horribly against the OnePlus 7T with SD855 where it took double the time in video rendering coz apps are not optimized by iOS. No split screen multitasking or other useful features to harness po...
Which leaves Apple, Oppo, OnePlus, and Xiaomi. S20 Ultra is expensive rubbish people are getting scammed to buy.
And nobody buying underpowered Exynos chipset that can't even match Apple A12 in 2018. That's like buying an iPhone X with Samsung display and camera.