The Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are the latest flagship smartphones from Samsung. This is the second time that we are getting two models of the latest Note flagship, and you’re probably wondering how much you will have to shell out if you decide to purchase either device and when they will hit store shelves.
Those two important details have been revealed officially by Samsung today. First, the price. The Galaxy Note 20 will set you back by €949 if you pick up the base memory variant (8GB+256GB) with 4G connectivity, and €1049/$999 if you want 5G support. There’s no higher-end variant with more storage or RAM for the regular Note 20, and it also doesn’t support microSD expansion.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra unsurprisingly has a higher starting price tag. The 256GB variant with 12GB of RAM will set you back by €1299/$1299, and you get 5G connectivity as standard. An LTE variant is supposedly there for some markets, but pricing remains unknown. The 5G variant with 12GB of RAM and 512GB storage will set you back by €1399.
As for the release date, you will be able to pick up the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra from online and offline stores from August 21. However, the pre-order period will start from tomorrow, August 6, in many markets, and you can check if that’s the case in yours by going to your Samsung website. Samsung’s website should also be your pitstop if you want to know the exact prices and variants that will be launched in your country.