Samsung will launch the Galaxy S20 series on 11 February. The series consists of Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+ 5G, and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. Ahead of the launch, the South Korean business has actually begun Galaxy S20 series reservation in the US. Interested customers in the U.S. can go to the bookings page and reserve the new Galaxy S20 series phone.
Those who want to book the Galaxy S20 series phone can directly visit the reservation page and fillup the details like name, email, zip code, and desired carrier. To register, users don’t have to spend money. Keep in mind the registration does not guarantee a device at the time of pre-order. Users who register for the Galaxy S20 series should receive an imitation through mail at the time of pre-orders.
Samsung has actually not validated any information on trade-in deals. Users with Galaxy S20 series reservation will get a unique $35 immediate credit towards eligible devices and accessories. While Samsung is yet to validate it, past reports have actually exposed that consumers who pre-order the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, or Galaxy S20 Ultra will be supplied with complimentary Galaxy Buds+. The Buds+ is anticipated to retail at $149.
The South Korean business might start with the pre-orders of the Galaxy S20 models on 11 February. With an approximated 6 March release date, the business is providing almost a month to pre-order the desired S20 models. Other nations are likewise anticipated to begin with the S20 bookings in the coming days.
Samsung will reveal the pricing of Galaxy S20 models at the launch event on 11 February. But according to the rumors, the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is expected to cost around. 1,300 Euros or $1,439, the Galaxy S20+ 5G is expected to cost around 1,100 Euros or $1,217, and the Galaxy S20 5G is expected to cost around 900 Euros or $996. Moreover the on the same event on 11 February, Galaxy Z Flip is also rumored to debut, which is the company’s second smartphone with a flexible screen and is expected to cost around 1,400 Euros or $1,550.