Nearly a week before the announcement of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, we now know a little more about the expected prices. The leaker Ishan Agarwal has, in fact, revealed the prices of smartphones in euros.
As we get closer to August 5, there are more leaks about Samsung’s upcoming announcements. It is on this date that the South Korean manufacturer must indeed present its new products. The main novelties should be focused on the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. And if we have already been able to discover the design of the two smartphones as well as their characteristics, it is now the turn of their prices to be unveiled in advance.
This Monday, the Indian leaker Ishan Agarwal, rather knowledgeable about the smartphone industry, published the prices in euros which would be expected the two future high-end smartphones from Samsung.
Exclusive for MSP: Here are the prices of upcoming Samsung Galaxy products in Europe.
Note20 4G: € 999
Note20 5G: €1,099
Note20 Ultra 5G starts at €1,349
256GB Base Storage.
Buds Live: ~€189
Note: May differ a bit due to VAT
Link for full info: https://t.co/ndWIMBVVU6 pic.twitter.com/MmDcGqshsK
– Ishan Agarwal (@ ishanagarwal24) July 27, 2020
According to his information, both models would be launched with a base version with 256 GB of storage. With this configuration, we would thus find the Galaxy Note 20 4G from 999 euros, the Galaxy Note 20 5G from 1,099 euros and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, available only in 5G version, at 1,349 euros.
Prices expected to rise
If prices hold true, this would be a substantial price increase over last year’s models. Remember that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was launched in France at 959 euros for the 256 GB version, while the Galaxy Note 10 Plus was offered at 1,109 euros with similar storage. For its part, the Samsung Galaxy S20 is displayed in 4G version at 909 euros for 128 GB of storage and in 5G version at 1,009 euros. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra was available for 1,359 euros at launch.
For now, this information should nevertheless be taken with a grain of salt. Ishan Agarwal himself specifies that the prices could differ from his information, in particular because of VAT. From one country to another in Europe, Samsung can thus practice a different pricing policy depending on the market and the various taxes such as remuneration for private copying. However, the prices disclosed by the Indian leaker already provide a first glimpse of the pricing policy planned by Samsung for its various Galaxy Note 20, to a few tens of euros.
We will know more about the price of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra during their official presentation on August 5. Samsung should also take the opportunity to officially present its Galaxy Fold 2, its Galaxy Buds Live headphones, its Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus tablets and its Galaxy Watch 3.