We're so close to the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event next week that we're now getting multiple daily leaks about what the company will show off. The latest one claims to be the prices for the Galaxy Note 20, and you might want to brace yourself.
Ishan Agarwal, a reliable leaker, has given us the prices in Euros:
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
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) July 27, 2020
Now, no one likes mental maths, so here are those numbers in pounds:
- Note 20 4G: about £905
- Note 20 5G: about £995
- Note 20 Ultra 5G: from about £1,220
- Buds Live: about £171
For marketing neatness, we're assuming that'll mean £899 for the Note 20 4G and £999 for the 5G. It could be worse, of course, but it'll give Samsung fans pause – especially since we've heard there'll be some disappointing compromises on the phone, including a plastic back panel.
You do apparently get 256GB of storage, but allegedly with no microSD slot for expansion. Swing, meet roundabout.
There's a roundup of everything we've heard about the phone so far here, but of course you don't have long to wait to hear it from the horse's mouth: we'll be reporting on Galaxy Unpacked as it happens. [TechRadar]
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