Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S20, S20+, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra in just about a week from now. Today, a new leak on Twitter has cited insider and Samsung sources to provide information related to the pricing of the three flagships.
The source Jon Prosser reveals the prices of Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile variants of the smartphone. Unsurprisingly, the AT&T versions of the Galaxy S20 trio appear to be the cheapest compared to T-Mobile and Verizon variants.
Prosser reveals that the Galaxy S20 on AT&T will be priced at $899, while the Galaxy S20+ will cost $1,099, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra will reportedly cost $1,299. He also reiterated that all three variants will be 5G capable, thus formally making 5G a standard among flagships in the U.S. Last year, Samsung launched 5G versions of its flagships at exorbitant prices, and we’re glad that the trend has changed this time around.
However, the T-Mobile and Verizon variants of the three smartphones will apparently cost $100 more, meaning the most expensive variant i.e. the Galaxy S20 Ultra will cost $1,399 when it launches through two carriers. This could be part of a deal Samsung has signed with AT&T as we recently heard that the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip maybe an exclusive through AT&T in the U.S.
With Samsung launching a total of four iconic phones over the next week, the first half of 2020 could well be dominated by the company in the Android segment. While the likes of LG and OnePlus are expected to announce flagships over the coming months, Samsung may just have the upper hand.
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