You Can Now Pre-Register Samsung Galaxy S20 & Galaxy Z Flip In India

Karamchand Rameshwar - Feb 14, 2020


You Can Now Pre-Register Samsung Galaxy S20 & Galaxy Z Flip In India

Hours after the official launch event, Samsung India allows users to pre-register the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip in India.

Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip foldable smartphone have been introduced at a launch event on 11 February. Hours after the official event, all four devices are up for preregistration in the Indian market. If you are interested to get one of them, you can visit Samsung India’s official website and pre-register. All you have to do is filling your name, mobile number, email address, and several other details. For now, the Samsung Galaxy S20 release date in India is unknown, but we expect it to be around the release date in the US, which is 6th March.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Launch

Samsung Galaxy S20 & Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: Price

These are the price of both 4G and 5G models of the Galaxy S20 smartphones. However, we believe that Samsung India will only offer the 4G model of the series, so the Galaxy S20 price in India could be lower. As for the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, it is only available in a 5G model, so we are not sure whether Samsung will make any change to the phone.

Samsung Galaxy S20 US UK Europe
4G model with 12GB RAM + 128GB storage Not Available £799 (around Rs. 73,700) €899 (around Rs. 69,900)
5G model with 12GB RAM + 128GB storage $999 (around Rs.71,000) £899 (around Rs. 83,000) €999 (around Rs. 77,600)
Samsung Galaxy S20+
4G model with 12GB RAM + 128GB storage Not Available Not Available €999 (around Rs. 77,600)
5G model with 12GB RAM + 128GB storage $1,199 (around Rs. 85,400) £999 (around Rs. 92,200) €1,099 (around Rs. 85,400)
5G model with 12GB RAM + 512GB storage $1,299 (around Rs. 92,500) Not Available €1,249 (around Rs. 97,100)
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
16GB RAM + 128GB storage $1,399 (around Rs. 99,600) £1,199 (around Rs. 1,10,700) €1,349 (around Rs. 1,04,900)
16GB RAM + 512GB storage $1,599 (around Rs. 1,13,900) £1,399 (around Rs. 1,29,200) €1,549 (around Rs. 1,20,400)

The listing of the Galaxy Z Flip on Samsung India’s website also suggests that the brand will only bring the 4G model of the device to the country. The Galaxy Z Flip price is $1,379.99, which is equivalent to around Rs. 98,800.

You can check out all the details about the four devices in separate articles here:

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