Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series prices allegedly leaked, starts from ~RM4233
With all the news we've been getting on Samsung products, there was always a chance that prices would be involved. It seems that's the case for the Galaxy Note 20 series, which is set to launch on 5 August 2020. A new leak on the product has once again revealed the pricing for three variants in series.
According to TechBoiler, a Vietnamese retailer has leaked the pricing for the Galaxy Note 20, as well as the LTE and 5G variants of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Allegedly, the Galaxy Note 20 will be priced at 22990000 VND (~RM4233), while the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra variants will be priced at 25990000 VND (~RM4785) and 29990000 VND (~RM5521) respectively. That lines up with the other leaked prices from Ice Universe last week.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series Listed By A Vietnamese retailer.— TechBoiler (#BoilerUpdates) (@techboilers) July 12, 2020
Note 20 -> 22,990,000 VND (~$992)
Note 20 Ultra (LTE) -> 25,990,000 VND (~$1121)
Note 20 Ultra (5G) -> 29,990,000 VND (~$1300)
Do You Think These Prices Are Legit? #Samsung #GalaxyNote20 #GalaxyNote20Ultra pic.twitter.com/Ftd01TIwvL
However, we're not sure if all of this retailer's info is accurate. The tech specs list released by the retailer showed that all three devices would be arriving with an Exynos 992 chipset, which could be possible as there is a rumour that the Galaxy Note 20 series could use this chipset. Countries in SEA (like ours) tend to get Exynos variants of Samsung's flagship smartphones, so this wouldn't be too big of a surprise.
None of the above has been verified by an official source, so take them with a grain of salt as usual. Having said that, what do you think about the choice of the Exynos 992 chipset? Let us know on our Facebook page and stay tuned to TechNave.com for further updates.