Full details of the local prices for every model of the Galaxy S20 have been released with all models going on sale from March 6.
Pre-orders for the S20+ and S20 Ultra will receive a free set of Galaxy Buds+ worth $299 via redemption.
Garry McGregor from Samsung Electronics Australia said “The Galaxy S20 marks a new decade of mobile technology. Last year, Samsung pioneered the first 5G enabled smartphones in Australia and now, in 2020, we will deliver an amazing connected mobile experience with the all-new Galaxy S20 range.
“The Galaxy S20 is designed to enhance almost everything we love to do with our phones. From capturing and sharing precious moments, disappearing into our favourite music and movies to the thrill of a unique mobile gaming experience. The Galaxy S20 is designed to simply exceed expectations.
“A device with this type of camera capability is unprecedented. Combining Space Zoom, Singe Take, Bright Night and much more, the Galaxy S20 will be the most compelling smartphone on the market.”
Full Australian pricing for the Galaxy S20 range:
|Galaxy S20||8GB + 128GB||Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink||$ 1,349|
|Galaxy S20 5G||12GB + 128GB||Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink||$ 1,499|
|Galaxy S20+||8GB + 128GB||Cosmic Grey, Cosmic Black, Cloud Blue||$ 1,499|
|Galaxy S20+ 5G||12GB + 128GB||Cosmic Grey, Cosmic Black, Cloud Blue||$ 1,649|
|Galaxy S20+ 5G||12GB + 512GB||Cosmic Grey, Cosmic Black, Cloud Blue||$ 1,899|
|Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G||12GB + 128GB||Cosmic Grey, Cosmic Black||$ 1,999|
|Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G||16GB + 512GB||Cosmic Grey, Cosmic Black||$ 2,249|
What that table shows us is that 5G is a $150 premium to pay – how that plays out in Telco land is hard to tell. Until now the hype over 5G sales has been based on free upgrades and devices that didn’t come in a 4G v 5G option – likelyhood is though that small price to pay will be enough for most to choose 5G as we move to a massive year for 5G in Australia.
Trevor Long travelled to San Francisco as a guest of Samsung Australia
Trev is a Technology Commentator, Dad, Speaker and Rev Head.
He produces and hosts two popular podcasts, EFTM and Two Blokes Talking Tech. He also appears on over 50 radio stations across Australia weekly, and is the resident Tech Expert on Channel 9’s Today Show each day and appears regularly on A Current Affair.
Father of three, he is often found down in his Man Cave.