A few days ago, we learned about the US pricing of the Galaxy S20 trio, and we now get to know the European pricing as well.
The Galaxy S20 with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage will be priced at €899 in Europe, but customers in some countries of the Old Continent will have to pay €909. And if you decide to get a 5G-equipped model, you'll have to shell out €100 more, but you'll also get more RAM.
That said, the 4G variant of the S20+ will cost €999 while the 5G-ready S20 Ultra will start at €1,349. Just like vanilla S20, the Plus and Ultra models will also cost more in some European countries. You can check out more details below:
Do note that this information doesn't come directly from Samsung, so it's best to wait for the February 11 event where we'll learn everything about the S20 trio's specifications, pricing and availability.
Source (in German)
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