There’s really not much left that we don’t already know about the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Many Samsung fans are now more interested in finding out just how much the new flagship series will cost in their market.
Samsung will confirm pricing details for all markets after the Unpacked event on February 11. A new report from South Korea offers some information about the Galaxy S20 pre-order and pricing details for Samsung’s home country.
Galaxy S20 pre-order and pricing details for South Korea
According to the report, Samsung will start accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy S20 series in South Korea on February 14. The handset will be released to the public on March 6, an expected Galaxy S20 release date that we have heard previously as well.
SK Telecom, KT and LG U+, the three major carriers in South Korea, will be taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S20 series from February 14 to 28, according to the report. KT will apparently get an exclusive red color option for the Galaxy S20+. Samsung is known to offer color exclusives to carriers in South Korea and it’s likely going to do that for the Galaxy Z Flip as well.
Prices for the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra are said to start from 1.25 million ($1052), 1.35 million ($1136) and 1.6 million ($1350) won respectively. Prices can vary greatly by market so a simple conversion of the aforementioned figures won’t provide you with an accurate representation of what the Galaxy S20 series will cost in your country.
A separate report from South Korea mentions that the Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung’s next foldable smartphone, is going to cost 1.6 million won in South Korea. That’s within the expected $1300-$1500 price range for this device in other markets across the globe.
Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip on February 11 at its Unpacked event in San Francisco.