If you are waiting to buy the latest flagship from Samsung, you need to so have some decent amount of money in your bank. While Samsung gears up to launch its Galaxy S20 series in the upcoming few days, a number of leaks have started surfacing hinting at the price of the various models.
As WinFuture reports, the cheapest model of the Samsung Galaxy S20 will cost atleast 899 Euros, as per their sources. This is for the entry level version which consists of 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. Keep in mind that Win Future calls these as the “official” S20 price which means that they have some credible sources backing the same. Moving further, the 5G version of Samsung Galaxy S20 costs 999 Euros, and can go upto 1009 Euros depending on the country. This however comes with 12GB of RAM, which is a good buff.
Second in command is the S20+ series. The base version of the S20+ once again comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. This costs as much as the top model of the S20, that is, 999 Euros. If you want the 5G compatible version, you need to shell out a 100 Euros. That will give you 12GB RAM at a cost of 999/1009 Euros.
Finally, we have the leader of the pack. The S20 Ultra costs a whooping 1349 Euros. That comes with 5G, 12GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. Don’t worry, there’s more. The most expensive model in the S20 lineup, will be the 16GB/512GB version of the S20 Ultra. You need to shell out 1549 Euros for the same, but you get the topmost model of the S20 lineup.
It seems like Samsung has really pushed itself into iPhone territory as long as the prices of the topmost models are concerned. How it turns out for the brand is something time will tell. Till then, we can’t wait to see what Samsung has in store for us.