Samsung Galaxy S20 Pricing May Have Just Been Leaked

Samsung Galaxy S20 Pricing May Have Just Been Leaked
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We’re only three weeks out from the first Unpacked of 2020 and the rumours about the Galaxy S11-turned-S20 have been coming in thick and fast.

This week some fresh renders have hit the internet, along with some alleged pricing.

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The rumour comes to us courtesy of 91Mobiles and Twitter leaker Ishan Agarwal.

Both sources reveal details about the upcoming Galaxy S20, S20+ and the S20 Ultra 5G. Much like last year’s Note 10 pricing leaks, they’re all in pounds.

The high-end S20 Ultra 5G will apparently start at €1349 for the 128GB version in Cosmic Grey, Cosmic Black and Cloud Blue. The 512GB version is said to be €1549.

The renders reveal a 2.5D glass display (devoid of size, but it will probably be 6.7-inches), as opposed to the 3D curved design we’ve seen in the flagships over the past few years,

The giant camera array also shows four sensors, including a periscope lens that will reportedly offer 10x optical and 100x digital zoom. It is also said to have a fifth 3D Time of Flight (ToF) sensor.

Next up is the S20+ 5G for €1099, which will have the same colour options as the Ultra. It will have for sensors, including a 12MP main, 64MP telephoto and 12MP ultra-wide lens. It won’t have the big boy zoom of its older sibling, but it will have a ToF sensor.

It will be rolling with a 6.7-inch 2.5D display.

Finally we have the regular S20, which will start at €899 for the 4G variant and €999 for 5G. It has slightly different co,our options – Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink. We can’t guarantee that Australia will get all colour options across the range, though.

It will have the same camera setup as the S20+, minus the ToF sensor. It will also have a 6.2-inch 2.5D display.

While directly converting from pricing from pounds generally isn’t helpful, it’s probably worth remembering the pricing from last year, and taking into consideration that 5G models may be bumped up even further.

The Galaxy S10 started at $1,349, with the S10+ starting at $1,499. The 512GB model was $1,849, with the 1TB variant coming in at $2,399. The Note 10 5G cost $1,999 at launch.

Other major rumours around Samsung’s new flagship include the name change to the S20, as well as a 4000 mAh battery, a Snapdragon 865 processor (though we will probably be saddly with Exynos in Australia as per usual) and a 108-megapixel sensor.

As always, remember that all of the above are just rumours. While pricing and major hardware leaks around Samsung phones tend to be relatively accurate, they could turn out to be wrong. We won’t know anything for sure until the new handset is revealed at Unpacked on February 12.