Samsung has confirmed that Unpacked event where the start of the is expected Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Fold 2 and The Galaxy Z Flip 5G will take place on August 5th. The updated devices come with matching price tags, which may not be a good idea given the current economic climate. One tipster even claims that the Galaxy Note 20 will be the most expensive note yet.
The leak is Supported by another report saying 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. The prices in Greece are normally higher than in other European markets, but last year’s note 10 was introduced there for € 1,149.
According to the well-known tip provider IceUniverse, the Galaxy Note 20 will start at $ 999, which is $ 50 more than the starting price of the Note 10.
Samsung is finally considering a drop in prices
So far, there have been no signs that Samsung would lower the price of its upcoming flagship. A Report from South Korea claims that this could actually happen. Experts believe that Samsung could actually give way and lower the price of the Galaxy Note 20 to fuel demand for its flagships, which appears to be waning.
This is the first time that the possibility of Samsung lowering the price of the Note 20 duo has been mentioned. So it’s best to take it with a dash of salt.