This is not the first time the Samsung Galaxy S20 price tags have surfaced, but this may be the most accurate info yet. Max Weinbach shared prices for the 5G variants of the Galaxy S20 handsets, and said that these are "basically confirmed".
He shared this information via Twitter, as a response to a question from a user. Now, according to Mr. Weinbach, who already shared plenty of Galaxy S20 info, not a single Galaxy S20 5G handset will be priced below $1,000.
Rumored Galaxy S20 5G series price tags suggests that the most affordable model will cost $1,000
The Galaxy S20 5G will cost $1,000, while the Galaxy S20+ 5G will set you back $1,100. The most powerful variant, the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, will cost you $1,300, it seems.
It is worth noting that both the Galaxy S20 5G and S20+ 5G are expected to come in 4G and 5G flavors. That means that the Galaxy S20 4G will cost below $1,000, and maybe even the 'Plus' model, we'll see.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra will ship in only 5G variant, though it will become available in both 12GB and 16GB RAM packages. Both the S20 and S20+ will include 12GB RAM only, no options in that regard.
All three phones will become official on February 11 in San Francisco. Samsung had already scheduled a press conference for these three devices.
The Galaxy Z Flip is also expected to launch on February 11
Along with them, the company will probably announce its second foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip. That will be Samsung's first clamshell foldable handset, and it will fold vertically.
The Galaxy S20 series will include really thin bezels, and a centered display camera hole. All three phones will include curved displays, and thin bezels. Those curved displays will be barely curved, though.
The S20 Ultra will offer the most display curvature, in case you were wondering. The S20 and S20+ will be made out of aluminum and glass, while the 'Ultra' model will up that to stainless steel and glass.
All three phones will be IP68 certified for water and dust resistance. All three devices will support both wireless and reverse wireless charging.
The Snapdragon 865 will fuel these three phones in the vast majority of markets. India will get the Exynos 990 instead, though, it seems.
That is pretty much it. Samsung will announce all three of those phones prior to MWC 2020 in order to steal the spotlight, basically. The same goes for the Galaxy Z Flip.