With the Samsung Galaxy S20 launch event just a few weeks away, it was only a matter of time before pricing information began leaking. According to the latest reports, there will be three smartphones in the series, the S20 5G, S20+ 5G and the S20 Ultra 5G, with pricing ranging from €900 all the way up to potentially €1400.
Samsung's approach this year will mimic Apple, with three flagships, including a ‘Pro' model. According to Max Weinbach of XDA Developers, the pricing structure is expected to be similar to this: €900 to €1,000 for Galaxy S20 5G, €1,050 to €1,100 for the S20+ 5G and €1,300 for the S20 Ultra 5G model.
There will apparently be 4G-only models too, which will end up being around €100 cheaper on average. Beyond that, Samsung is reportedly going to announce the Galaxy Z Flip to compete with the upcoming Moto Razr, although its price tag is apparently going to be around €1,400, although that could change by launch.
Samsung is due to announce the Galaxy S20 on the 11th of February, at which point we'll get confirmation on all of the finer details like specs, availability, features and pricing.
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