Finally, the Korean consortium has disclosed the price tag of its 2020 Galaxy S flagships for the Indian market.
The price quoted for Galaxy S20 is INR66,999 (~NRP107,198) whereas the S20+ is available at INR73,999 (~NRP118,398). And if you choose to go for the S20 Ultra, you’ll have to pay INR92,999 (~NRP148,798).
These prices are applicable to the 128GB storage variant and the triad comes in three exquisite colors – Cloud Blue, Cosmic Gray, and Cosmic Black.
You can see that the three smartphones are already up for pre-orders on Samsung India’s official site, with sales starting March 6 onwards. For those who pre-book the vanilla S20, they can get their hands on the Galaxy Buds+ for INR2,999 ($40/€38), while those who wish to purchase Plus or Ultra model can get it for INR1,999 ($30/€25).
You can also get Samsung Care+ for INR1,999 (NRP3,198), which protects your phone, in case of accidental and liquid damage, which validates for a year.
To dive into the whole megillah of specs of brand spanking new S20 series, let’s start with one of the flagships, Samsung S20 Ultra. Its display is Dynamic AMOLED with 1440 x 3200 pixels resolution(~511 PPI density). The refresh rate is 120Hz@FHD, 60Hz@QHD, and is the same for the complete trio. It embodies a card slot of microSDXC (uses shared SIM slot).
Following the trend, it features a 108MP image sensor on the main camera. It also has 12MP ultra-wide, 48MP periscope (Telephoto), and 0.3MP TOF sensors. Whereas, its selfie camera is 40MP with Dual video call, Auto-HDR features. It contains fast battery charging 45W, i.e., 100% in 58 min. Lastly, it is backed up by 5000mAh battery and measures 8.8 mm thick and weighs about 222g. In the context of India, all the Galaxy S20 series will have Exynos 990 CPU.
Secondly, the dimension of Samsung Galaxy S20 is 166.9 x 76 x 8.8 mm and weighs about 163g. The display type and resolution are the same for all Samsung flagships. The main camera is also the Quad-camera setup, incorporating 12MP(main), 64MP(telephoto), 12MP(ultra-wide), and 0.3MP(TOF), whereas the selfie camera is 10MP. It has a non-removable Li-Po 4000mAh battery with a 25W fast-charging battery.
Lastly, for Samsung S20+, the dimension is about 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8 mm and weighs about 186g and possesses a Non-removable Li-Po 4500mAh battery with 25W fast-charging battery.
As of now, we don’t have any information about the pricing and availability of new Galaxy S20 series devices for the Nepali market. But looking at the Indian price we can expect similar or slightly higher prices for all three devices for the Nepali market. Let’s hope Samsung Nepal will launch these devices very soon at a reasonable price in Nepal.