This latest Samsung Galaxy Note 20 pricing leak might let you down
In just a few more days, we'll get to see a bunch of highly-anticipated new Samsung products at the Unpacked event that is scheduled to happen on 5 August. Among all the products, the star is no doubt the Galaxy Note 20 series which is going to bring some new upgrades. Now, the pricing of the devices from the series has been leaked again and we're hoping that is not the final one.
According to a reliable tipster Ishan Agarwal, the price of the Note 20 4G will be 999 Euro (~RM4,986) and the 5G version will be 1,099 Euro (~RM5,485). Meanwhile, the more powerful Note 20 Ultra 5G will start at 1,349 Euro (~RM6,739). All prices are for the 256GB variant.
Exclusive for MSP: Here are the prices of upcoming Samsung Galaxy products in Europe.— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) July 27, 2020
Note20 4G: €999
Note20 5G: €1,099
Note20 Ultra 5G starts at €1,349
256GB Base Storage.
Buds Live: ~€189
Note: May differ a bit due to VAT
Link for full info: https://t.co/ndWIMBVVU6 pic.twitter.com/MmDcGqshsK
If the rumours that appeared earlier were true, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 should not cost this much. The device is expected to have a flat display instead of a curved one, only a 60 refresh rate, and a plastic body. From there, we don't see why the device can have a price that is almost reaching RM5,000. However, it is supposed to be lower when the price is exchanged to Malaysian Ringgit since the European prices are included with the VAT tax.
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