The Samsung Galaxy Note20 will hit the market on August 5 and, as we have heard, it will be the cheapest of all the 5G flagships that the company has launched to date.
The Korean publication ETNews states that sources from the company and local mobile operators place the price of the Galaxy Note20 at 1,199,000 won (€ 856) and the price of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra at 1,452,000 won (€ 1,036).
These prices are between 50,000 and 100,000 won (between 36 to 72 euros) cheaper than the previous Galaxy Note10 models launched in the country.
On the other hand, the Galaxy S20, launched in the first half of the year, is priced at 1,248.5 billion won (€ 891), the Galaxy S20 + at 1,353,000 won (€ 966) and the Galaxy S20 Ultra at 1,595 .000 won (€ 1,139).
The main color of the Galaxy Note 20 will be the copper color known as ‘Mystic Bronze ‘. The general 6.7-inch model will launch in copper, mint, and gray colors, and the ultra 6.9-inch model will launch in copper, white and black colors. In Korea, there will be blue, red, and pink variants with some operators.