Introducing the Samsung Galaxy S20: Change the Way You Experience the World.
This is the phone that will change photography.
Compare the models
There are three main models in the S20 range. However, there is more than one iteration of each. For example, the entry-level Galaxy S20 boasts 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and 4G connectivity - but there's also a 5G model with 12GB RAM. The Galaxy S20+ comes in three variants: a 4G model with 128GB storage, a 5G model with 256GB storage and another 5G model with 512GB storage.
Then there's the Galaxy S20 Ultra. This is the equivalent of last year's deluxe S10 5G model. It comes with 12GB of RAM and a choice between 128GB or 256GB of inbuilt storage. There's also a 16GB monster with 512GB storage.
So that's seven different options in total, plus four colour choices - Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink and Cosmic Black (S20 Ultra only).
Samsung Galaxy S20 Range Australian pricing
How much does the Samsung Galaxy S20 cost? In a word: heaps. With prices starting at $1349 and ballooning to a colossal $2249, the range is prohibitively expensive, to say the least. You're basically paying "Apple Tax" on an Android phone.
There are also some interesting anomalies in the pricing. For example, the 5G Galaxy S20 (128GB) costs the same as the 4G Galaxy S20+ (128GB) - so it pays to take a close look at the specs before deciding which model you want to buy.
Here are the estimated prices for all available models and capacities:
- Samsung Galaxy S20 (8GB/128GB/4G): $1349
- Samsung Galaxy S20 (12GB/128GB/5G): $1499
- Samsung Galaxy S20+ (8GB/128GB/4G): $1499
- Samsung Galaxy S20+ (12GB/128GB/5G): $1649
- Samsung Galaxy S20+ (12GB/512GB/5G): $1899
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra (2GB/128GB/5G): $1999
- Galaxy S20 Ultra (16GB/512GB + 5G): $2249