Along with the Galaxy S-series, the Korean OEM is also expected to unveil the Galaxy Z-Flip phone which is touted to be a direct competitor for the last year's Moto Razr.
A South Korean publication had recently reported that the Galaxy Z Flip will be priced between $850 and $1300.
According to Max Weinbach, the prices will start from €900 for the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G and depend on the storage combination. The Samsung Galaxy S20 5G series features 12 GB of RAM, 120 Hz refresh rate, and impressive camera setup.
The tipster has revealed that the Galaxy S20 5G will be costing between 900 euros and 1,000 euros. The Fold, which has a starting price of just under US$2,000, (RM8,159) is created to target a niche, affluent clientele.
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Now, Ishan Agarwal actually said quite recently that the Galaxy S20 series will probably become available on / around March 13, so this info may be accurate. So, you can expect them to be a bit more affordable, but not by much.
All three Galaxy S20 handsets will be fueled by the Snapdragon 865 in most markets. The US prices could also be lower because of Samsung's "regionalized" pricing strategy. S20U presumably refers to the rumored range-topping S20 Ultra model, and Dual-PD is an abbreviation of Dual phase-detection, another feature that helps with focusing photos. As you can see in the images, the phone has a punch hole camera on the front. The phones must operate on One UI 2.1, be powered by the Exynos 990 SoC, and sporting activity an Infinity- O Display with a 120 Hz rejuvenate price.
Android 10 will come pre-installed on all units. No compromise on the Samsung plus features like S pen, 25W Super Fast Charging that will let you power up in a flash for the whole day, Samsung Pay, Face Recognition, and On-Screen Fingerprint.