Samsung Galaxy S20 Series Tipped to Go on Sale March 6, Galaxy Z Flip to launch February 14 for $1400

Samsung Galaxy S20 trip phones are the most anticipated and rumored smartphones nowadays. Rumors and leaks are coming daily on the Galaxy S20. Yesterday, Availablity and pricing details of Galaxy S20 series and Z Flip mobiles have leaked online.


  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra may carry a price tag of around $1,300
  • Galaxy Z Flip will likely launch on February 14 for $1,400
  • Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra pre-orders will offer free Galaxy Buds+ worth $149.99 

Max Weinbach, writer for XDA-Developers has posted a tweet on Monday that Samsung Galaxy S20 series smartphones will likely go on sale on March 6, 2020. Also, his latest tweet suggests the expected prices and release date of both the Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy Z Flip. 

According to the latest report, the Galaxy Z Flip will launch on February 14. It would retail at $1400(around Rs. 99,500), not $800 as was earlier rumored. There is a possibility that it will likely be an AT&T exclusive, however, this time it might be a timed exclusive. An unlocked variant of this phone will also available.

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As per Weinbach's Galaxy S20-series claims, Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra will likely be available starting March 6. Further, the tipster says that the Galaxy S20 Ultra may carry a price tag of around $1,300 (roughly Rs. 92,400).

To remember, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the company's next foldable smartphone after Galaxy Fold 2019. It is also expected to take on Motorola Razr (2019). The phone would feature a glass display.

Furthermore, Weinbach says that all three Galaxy S20 series will be rated for IP68 water resistance (5M) and come pre-installed with screen protectors on the phones from the factory. 

Tipster has also shared the news about Samsung Galaxy Buds+ which is expected to arrive next month. Samsung is going to sell this upcoming air of truly wireless earbuds, at $149.99 (roughly Rs. 10,700). According to the report, the Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra pre-orders will offer free Galaxy Buds+. It will likely to offer double the battery life of Galaxy Buds and improved Active Noise Isolation.

We come to know the more details about these phones coming days.

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