A Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 plus, or S20 Ultra is on launch day (Friday, March 6th). It’s a good idea to preorder one, following a two-week waiting period since Samsung announced the phones.
Samsung is offering some good incentives that you’ll miss out on if you do n’t preorder their new phone. Samsung is also offering good incentives to you’ve missed out on.
You’ll find all of the s20-related preorder and trade-in info we’ve received from carriers and retailers below.
The only configuration of the Galaxy S20 that Samsung offers in the US has 12GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It costs $ 999.99 and you can preorder it from Samsung directly.
Samsung’s Galaxy S20 plus comes in two versions. Prices start at $ 1,199 for the 128GB model and work up to $ 1,299 for the step-up phone.
The new S20 Ultra is the high-end option in Samsung’s flagship phones this year. It has a 6.9-inch display versus 6.7 inches in the S20 plus. It also has a bigger 5,000mAh battery and the S20’s 4,000mAh pack.
This phone starts at $ 1,399, making it one of Samsung’s most expensive phones yet. The key differences come down to the optional 16GB of RAM upgrade, and the 108mp wide-angle lens used in its four-lens array.