T-Mobile has removed the pages for the Samsung Galaxy S20 trio phones from its online store. The Uncarrier has stopped listings for the Samsung Galaxy S20, the Samsung Galaxy S20+, and the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
In fact, quite a few sellers are now running low on the stocks for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. However, the phone webpages are still up and cite that there are no units available for sale.
Surprisingly, T-Mobile seems to have also removed the listing pages for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series from their site. It may very well be possible that T-Mobile ran out of stocks and doesn’t plan to restock these devices.
From a release calendar perspective, Samsung would now be prepping the next Galaxy iteration for release. In about a couple of months, we should have the Samsung Galaxy S21 series ready for debut.
As such, it should not be surprising that T-Mobile took the decision to sunset the series a bit earlier than anticipated. As a matter of fact, most online retail stores keep selling the older models alongside the newer ones for quite some time.
However, a quick search on T-Mobile’s website lists other Samsung devices that are available for sale. The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is still available with T-Mobile.
If you’re interested in purchasing a Samsung Galaxy S20 series device from T-Mobile, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G is still a worthy choice. Its price point is much lower and the specs are still pretty high end.
Samsung Galaxy S20FE, Note20 5G and Note20 Ultra 5G are in stock on T-Mobile still.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G is listed on the T-Mobile online store for $699.99 at the full price. Consumers can also avail of this worthy device on contract for $29.17 per month with a two-year contract.
Incidentally, the Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G and the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G are also available on the T-Mobile store. The Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G is listed for $999.99 at full price. Consumers can get this device for $41.67 per month on a two-year contract.
The pricier Samsung Galaxy Note sibling, the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, is priced at $1299.99. Consumers can pick up the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G for $54.17 per month on a two-year contract.
Surprisingly, the older Samsung Galaxy S10 is still available on the T-Mobile store. Interested buyers can pick up this device for $749.99 at full price. A two-year contract brings the Samsung Galaxy S10 for $31.25 per month.