Pre-orders for Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Line Are Now Live

Posted on February 21, 2020 by Mehedi Hassan in Android, Hardware, Mobile with 1 Comment

Samsung introduced the world to its latest line of Galaxy S20 devices earlier this month. The company’s new Galaxy S20 line includes a total of three devices: the regular Galaxy S20, the S20+, and the S20 Ultra.

Samsung opened up pre-orders for the new devices earlier today, and you can now pre-order any of the S20 devices online.

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 starts at $999.99, with the S20+ costing $1,199.99, and the S20 Ultra costing a whopping $1,399.99 for the entry-level variant. Galaxy S20+ goes up to $1,349 for the variant with 512GB of storage and 12GB of RAM. And the S20 Ultra goes up to $1,599.99 for the variant with 512GB of storage and 16GB of RAM.

Samsung’s new Galaxy S20 devices include some major upgrades to the cameras, as well as the usual spec upgrades — more on that here. 

The company is also offering the new devices via monthly payments, with the S20 being available for $27.79 a month, the S20+ for $33.33 a month, and the S20 Ultra for $38.89 a month. You can also get an instant credit of up to $700 via trade-in if you order the devices from Samsung itself.

Samsung is also giving away a $100 credit with the S20 for those who pre-order the device by March 5. And if you pre-order an S20+ or the S20 Ultra, you can get $150.

You can order the new devices from Samsung’s official website here, with shipments expected to happen on March 6.

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One response to “Pre-orders for Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Line Are Now Live”

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    Jeremy Turnley

    The S20 Ultra includes $200 in credits, not $150. This is a big change from previous pre-order deals where they would just give you an item, as you can use the credit for anything in their store, even appliances and TVs.


    It's also worth mentioning that the financing is for 36 months rather than the standard 24, as was also the case for the Note 10. Carriers are offering 24 month plans (with higher payments, of course) should you not want to get locked in for that long.

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