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The best Galaxy S20 Ultra is going to cost you nearly $2000

Samsung Galaxy S20 render
Samsung Galaxy S20 render (Image credit: 91Mobiles)

What you need to know

  • Pricing for the entry-level Galaxy S20 4G looks to be €899.
  • Color options will be Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cosmic Black, and Cloud Pink though not all colors will be available in each phone variant.
  • The camera module on the back of the Galaxy S20 Ultra reveals the 100X and 10X zoom capabilities.

With Samsung's Unpacked event just around the corner, February 11, it seems there may not be much in terms of surprises when it unveils the Galaxy S20 line-up — especially after the newest leak that shows off colors, renders, and potential pricing in Europe.

Previous leaks gave us specs, and now we get colors and some pricing info. 91Mobiles received the leak exclusively from Twitter user Ishan Agarwal providing the renders and pricing for the upcoming devices. According to the leak, the Galaxy S20 will start at €899, Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G starts at €1349, and the Galaxy S20+ 5G will come in at €1099. While this isn't official pricing yet, it can give us some ideas as to what Samsung may be planning in terms of cost. Another point to keep in mind is that pricing isn't always a direct conversion to other currencies, so Samsung may tweak customer costs in each country upon release.

The other bit of fun that's found in the leak are the renders and colors. In total, Samsung seems to be releasing four colors — Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cosmic Black, and Cloud Pink. However, not all colors will be available for each of the Galaxy S20 variants.

Galaxy S20 — Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, and Cloud Pink

  • S20 4G: €899
  • S20 5G: €999

Source: 91Mobiles

Galaxy S20+ 5G - Cosmic Black, Cosmic Grey, and Cloud Blue

  • S20 5G+: €1099

Source: 91Mobiles

Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G - Cosmic Grey and Cosmic Black

  • S20 Ultra 5G 128GB: €1349
  • S20 Ultra 5G 512GB: €1549

Source: 91Mobiles

These phones are shaping up to have some beastly specs such as an Exynos 990/Snapdragon 865 under the hood, Android 10 with One UI 2.0, 128GB, or more of storage, 12+GB of RAM, a 120HZ WQHD+ (3,200 x 1,440p) display, and an IP68 durability rating. Multiple cameras and some very interesting zoom capabilities like the 100X digital and 10X optical for the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which we can see spelled out on the renders.

Are you excited about these new devices yet?

Samsung Galaxy S20: Everything you need to know

Chris Wedel
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24 Comments
  • Won't cost me a dime. I have not intention on buying one.
  • ^^^Same. Entry level phone is 900 Euros? Get stuffed.
  • Make that 3 of us. That's insane!
  • The rate the prices are going, you'll be paying 1K for a mid-range phone.
  • I really hope not lol.
  • With these prices, I need more than two years of major Android OS updates.
  • I guess I'll keep my S10 plus which I am very happy with.
  • Just think of what the next Note will cost!! 😬
  • LOL Yo momma ...
  • No, it will be more expensive than her...
  • I'm not poor, so I'll buy one in each color.
  • You must have an enormous penis.
  • Yes, my wife told me he does!
    Oh, wait...
  • *** that, give me Note 20
  • The more information about the new model, the less is my enthusiasm: the design, the fingerprint sensor that probably won't be replaced, the shity Exynos prossesor and most of all; the ridiculous price Samsung will charge for the ultra model. In the end, somehow, other companies manage to make phones with better cameras that takes better photos at a much lower price.
  • Only one I would be interested in would be the 512gb Ultra but NOT for 1549 Euro.
    I'll get the top end Note later in the year but only because I'm already due an upgrade through my carrier/provider so hopefully that will be max 600 for the Top Note 20 Ultra or whatever it will be called
  • LOL Yeah, sure.
  • I think the camera module needs to cover the entire back with at least 17 individual lenses and cost as much as a complete kitchen remodel. LOL I will never own a Samsmug phone!
  • That centered sniper hole is already a turn off and now the camera layout makes it worst. The S10e I got last year might've been the best decision. Gonna sit out this generation until the FFC is buried under the screen and matured a bit.
  • Not sure why people are complaining about the price. If you're budget conscious, get a Samsung A-series Galaxy phone. Or last year's models. Or some non-Samsung midrange phone. Even the iPhone 11 or iPhone XR are great value for money if you wish to abandon Android. Nobody's pointing a gun to your head and forcing you to buy flagship phones at launch. Take your business elsewhere if you don't want to buy - Samsung won't lose sleep over your 'boycott'.
  • Samsung needs to get rid of Exynos and Bixby. No one other than Samsung phone users use that crap, and the few that use them merely tolerate their existence. Samsung, you're not the 'Apple of the Android world', so stop trying to be special. Snapdragon and Google Assistant please.
  • Not likely, hype train.
  • I dont understand this one... the purpose of the s10 standard is to compete with the iphone 11 standard... it shouldnt be 200 bucks more expensive lol. And then You go up two tiers and you are almost at 2k...wtf sammy.
  • Thats absolutely ridiculous!!! For a phone???? No thanks ill just either wait on another phone or what til the price drops and buy a pristine used of the Galaxy S20 Ultra if I want it then lol