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Galaxy S20 series up for pre-order in India, prices revealed

Samsung has started taking pre-orders for its latest flagship smartphones in India. The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra can be pre-ordered from the Samsung India website, with shipments to start from March 6th for the Galaxy S20 and S20+ and March 13th for the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

Galaxy S20 prices in India start at Rs 66,999

Samsung’s pricing for the three phones in India, where only the LTE variants with 128GB storage are available, starts at Rs 66,999 for the Galaxy S20 and goes up to Rs 92,999 for the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The Galaxy S20+, meanwhile, is priced at Rs 73,999. Those who pre-order the S20+ or S20 Ultra will get the option to buy the Galaxy Buds+ for Rs 1,999, while S20 buyers will have to shell out Rs 2,999. Pre-order customers can also opt for additional warranty via Samsung Care+ for another Rs 1,999.

The devices can be purchased on installment plans with 0% interest with credit cards from all major banks as well as some debit cards. As far as color options are concerned, Samsung’s offerings are quite limited. The Galaxy S20+ is available in Cloud Blue, Cosmic Gray, and Cosmic Black, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra can only be purchased in Cosmic Gray. The Galaxy S20 can be purchased in two colors: Cosmic Gray and Cloud Blue. It’s possible Samsung will extend the choice of colors a few weeks after the phones hit retail stores.

Will you be picking up any of the Galaxy S20 smartphones? Which one are you going to get? Let us know in the comments!

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SteveTud
SteveTud

What happened to S11 through to 19, have i been asleep for a long time ?

drshishir
drshishir

not launching all storage options would dampen initial sales. i was planning to buy 256gb plus but no option on launch

Jasi2169
Jasi2169

This is gross.

They should launch snapdragon variant and 5G model,
Or should launch dual sim in north america

Dont know why they dont keep symmetry

Gunter2
Gunter2

Why not free Galaxy Buds +??

ironbat
ironbat

There’s no mention RAM in their page

svkhris
svkhris

Weird that they didnt put up a 256GB or higher flash options. That’s a bummer.