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New leak finally details pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series

The follow-up to the Samsung Galaxy S10 is almost here — and details about the new device are leaking left, right, and center. The latest leak comes courtesy of Frandroid, which cites “several sources,” and finally details pricing for the new phones.

Until now, pricing for the phone has evaded leaks. According to the report, the Galaxy S20 will come at “more than 900 euros” in France, with the Galaxy S20+ coming at “more than 1,000 euros.” The Galaxy S20 Ultra will reportedly come at “more than 1,300 euros.”

These prices line up with another leak that was tweeted just one day before the Frandroid article. According to a tweet from XDA Developer reporter Max Weinbach, the Galaxy S20 will come at 900-1,000 euros, the Galaxy S20+ at 1,050-1,100 euros, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra at 1,300 euros.

So just heard S20 prices. Expect these to be lower than listed but at the moment we are expecting:

S20 5G: €900-1000
S20+ 5G: €1050-1100
S20 Ultra 5G: €1300

Galaxy Z Flip is supposed to be about €1400 but I expect that to change before launch.

— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) January 20, 2020

It’s important to note that these prices should not necessarily be converted directly to U.S. dollars to get U.S. pricing. We’ll have to wait for more leaks to get U.S. pricing, or until the Samsung event itself.

Other leaks have painted a pretty clear picture of what to expect from the Galaxy S20 series. Notably, we’ve seen a full design leak of the phone, showing off an impressive five-lens rear-facing camera module, an edge-to-edge display with a small pinhole cutout for the front-facing camera, and more. Other reported specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, at least 8GB of RAM, a massive 256GB of onboard storage, and a relatively large 4,300mAh battery.

Weinbach’s pricing leak didn’t just offer details about the Galaxy S20 series — it also detailed the price of Samsung’s next foldable phone, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is expected to have a clamshell design similar to the Motorola Razr, along with high-end specs. According to Weinbach’s tweet, the Galaxy Z Flip will come at around 1,400 euros, but the tweet notes that the price of the device will likely change before it’s launched.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy Z Flip are expected to launch at Samsung Galaxy Unpacked on February 11 — where we’ll get official details and pricing for Samsung’s next generation of devices.

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