Here’s how much the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra cost in India


Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S20 series earlier this week, and the manufacturer is now kicking off pre-orders in India. The Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra are now available for pre-order in the country, with retail availability set to kick off from March 6.

Samsung is being aggressive in the Indian market for the second year in a row, and the pricing of the Galaxy S20 series reflects that. The Galaxy S20 is available for ₹66,999 ($935), the Galaxy S20+ is starting at ₹73,999 ($1,035), and the S20 Ultra is available for ₹92,999 ($1,300). That’s lower than what each phone costs in the U.S., and there’s a good reason for it. The Galaxy S20 series in India is 4G-only, with Samsung leaving out the 5G modem.

There won’t be any usable 5G networks in India for at least a few years, so Samsung is offering the S20 series in a 4G configuration. In doing so, it is able to offer the phones at a lower cost than other markets. As always, the S20 units sold in India are powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 990 chipset.

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Samsung is also rolling out enticing launch offers for customers picking up the Galaxy S20 series in India. Those buying the S20+ and S20 Ultra will be able to get their hands on the Galaxy Buds+ for ₹1,999, and S20 buyers will be able to do so by shelling out ₹2,999. Samsung is also rolling out its Care+ plan that will cover liquid and any physical damage, and S20 buyers will be able to access these benefits for one year without paying anything extra.

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Samsung is facing increased pressure in India, and with the Galaxy S20 series it is looking to reassert its position in the premium category. There’s a lot to like on the hardware front, including a 120Hz screen, latest internal hardware, all-new cameras, and better battery life. With all three phones sporting huge batteries and available in a 4G-only configuration in India, get ready to see stellar battery figures.




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