Yesterday, there were details about the cost of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra flagships, and today another source shared data on the same topic. If you rely on them, then both smartphones will be a little cheaper.
Galaxy Note 20 will be $100-200 more expensive than the previous models
So, in the Netherlands, the base Galaxy Note 20 should cost 950 euros against 1000 euros in yesterday’s leak. But there is a catch: This will be asked for the basic Note 20 with the LTE modem, but for a Note 20 with 5G support, you will have to pay 1050 euros. As for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, it will cost 1,300 euros – 50 euros more than suggested in yesterday’s post. As a result, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be 100-200 euros more expensive than the Galaxy Note 10+.
So far, all data on the cost of these smartphones are preliminary. The exact price will be announced on August 5 during the official premiere.
Galaxy Note 20 price tipped ahead of the launch
Samsung is currently gearing up for its upcoming much-awaited Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event scheduled for August 5. Since the last couple of months, we’ve seen numerous leaks revealing design, specs, and much more about the lineup. To add the last piece of the puzzle, we recently got the European pricing for the lineup. It looks like Galaxy Note 20 pricing might disappoint many after all.
The report comes courtesy of MySmartPrice in association with notable tipster Ishan Agarwal. Looking at the tipped pricing, interested buyers might have to pay a premium to enjoy the latest S-Pen phablets. As per the leaks, the regular Galaxy Note 20 LTE will arrive with a EUR 999 (i.e. roughly $1,170) while the 5G variant will set you back EUR 1,099 (i.e. roughly $1,370).
Considering the device is rumored to feature plastic back and will miss out on many features, the $999 price tag is quite disappointing. For those who’re unaware, various report claims that the regular variant will act as the ‘Lite’ version instead of a true flagship device. Talking about the features, Note 20 will miss out on numerous things that would make it a premium device. We’re looking at 120Hz refresh rate display, latest Gorilla Glass protection, microSD expansion, and low-latency S-Pen.
Galaxy Note20 Ultra, on the other hand, will come with a price tag of EUR 1,349 (i.e. roughly $1580) for the 5G variant. It’s the same as that of the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G launch price. It is worth noting that this is for the 512GB onboard memory. With that said, the Ultra variant is going to be less capable than the S20 Ultra in various areas. We’re talking about areas such as battery capacity and maximum zoom capabilities.