Pricing & Availability
Samsung kicks off pricing on the Galaxy S20 at $999, while maxing it out at $1499 for the flagship Galaxy S20 Ultra 512GB model. You'll be able to chuck in a microSD card into these phones with up to 1TB, which adds in a ridiculous amount of storage in your hands -- and once again, something Apple simply doesn't offer, period.
The new Galaxy S20 smartphones will be available starting March 6, while pre-orders are open now for most countries and carriers.
- Galaxy S20 128GB: $999
- Galaxy S20+ 5G 128GB: $1199
- Galaxy S20+ 5G 512GB: $1299
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 128GB: $1399
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 512GB: $1499
All in all, Samsung has knocked it out of the park with the Galaxy S20 smartphones. Industry leading specs with insane cameras, 45W charging support, 8K video shooting abilities, 5G connectivity, microSD card slots, and so much more. Samsung has once again shown why it is an industry leader, and has set the stage for 2020 smartphones with the Galaxy S20.
I'm a personal owner of the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and Galaxy Fold and I still want a Galaxy S20 Ultra, so I'm finding it hard to not want to go out with triple phones. The 6.9-inch 120Hz display on Samsung's new Galaxy S20 Ultra is really making the hair on my neck stand up, with all my tech senses tingling right now.
It'll be interesting to see how the rest of the year plays out with Samsung's competitors, especially Apple, which lags behind in virtually every single area now. Samsung will also have to one-up itself with the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20+ later this year, as well as the new Galaxy Fold 2 later in 2020.
Samsung has now set a new bar, and that bar is very, very high with the new Galaxy S20 family of smartphones.