There’s ongoing discussion around the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series and its pricing. According to the sources, it is likely to be the cheapest 5G flagship phone priced around 50,000 won lower than its predecessor. But there’s progress in the news related to the pricing of the upcoming phablet series.
According to Yonhap News Agency citing industry sources, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will be priced at 1.199 million won or US$993. The high-end Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is likely to fetch 1.452 million won. However, the source doesn’t mention if the pricing is for its 256GB or higher 512GB variant so we are stuck with the assumptions.
To put things into context, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was released at 1.248 million won in South Korea while the Plus model had 1.397 million won and finally, its 512GB variant fetched 1.496 million won. Earlier this year, we have the Galaxy S20 series launched at a price tag of 1.248 million won for the standard model, 1.53 million won for Galaxy S20 Plus and 1.596 million won for the Galaxy S20 Ultra in South Korea.
If the actual prices for Galaxy Note 20 series truly correspond to the ones listed above, Samsung is literally beating the usual price hike paradigm it has followed with previous releases. This could also be because of the slump in sales due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that has caused countries to shut down completely or in varying capacity to contain it causing an exponential loss in revenue to smartphone makers like Samsung.
An earlier report by Toms Guide stated that Galaxy Note 20 series will be the most expensive of all but it’s hardly true at this point. Check out True-Tech for further updates.
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