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Remember when Apple unveiled the $1,000 iPhone and everyone was shocked? Less than three years later, a $1,000 phone is at the low end of Samsung’s Galaxy S20 lineup. It’s possible we’re seeing a new high for what a “normal” phone should cost, leaving plenty of room for the highest-end prices to keep climbing.
The Galaxy S20 prices will range from $999.99 for the basic model, with the Ultra starting at $1,399 and going up to $1,599 for the version with 512GB of storage. That puts the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which measures 6.9 inches, in the same price range as the newest foldable phones, which have drawn criticism for their price tags. Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Flip, which arrives February 14th, is priced at $1,380, while Motorola’s Razr is…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts