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.