The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 leak we have been waiting for is here7
and YES ... the Note 20 Series will be the most EXPENSIVE note EVER ...— Ricciolo (@Ricciolo1) July 4, 2020
(with Covid19 still here,U think is a good idea eh Samsung ?)
That's all for now . pic.twitter.com/aGKbD40VYL
The leak is backed up by another report, which claims the standard Galaxy Note 20 will start at €1,249 (~$1,410), and the entry-level Note 20 Ultra will cost €1,399 (~$1,578) in Greece. Usually, prices are higher in Greece than in other European markets, but for reference, last year's Note 10 was introduced for €1,149 there.
Per renowned tipster IceUniverse, the Galaxy Note 20 will start at $999, which is $50 more than the starting price of the Note 10.
If these rumors pan out, Samsung will probably have a hard time attracting consumers, and apparently, it is cautious about placing components orders because it is not expecting a roaring response.
Samsung is seemingly considering a price drop finally
So far, there hasn't been any indication that Samsung would lower the price of its upcoming flagship. However, a report from South Korea claims that this could indeed happen. Experts believe that Samsung might actually give in and reduce the price of the Galaxy Note 20 to boost the demand for its flagships which is apparently petering out.
This is the first time that the possibility of Samsung dialing down the price of the Note 20 duo has been mentioned, so it's best to take it with a pinch of salt.
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