More pricing details pertaining to the Galaxy S21 series have emerged and they paint the upcoming lineup in a more positive light than before. The question that’s been on everyone’s minds is whether the Galaxy S21 trio will be cheaper or more expensive than the Galaxy S20, and we have some good news.
According to new bits of information acquired by WinFuture, all three Galaxy S21 variants will be cheaper than their respective predecessors, or at least they’ll be priced equally. In key European markets, the base Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra models will reportedly cost 849, 1,049, and 1,349 EUR respectively.
The Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 variants with 256GB of on-board storage will cost 899 and 1,099 EUR, whereas the 256GB and 512GB Galaxy S21 Ultra models will apparently hit the shelves for 1,399 and 1,529 EUR, respectively.
In essence, this new leak suggests that the Galaxy S21 series will be cheaper or at least priced equally to the Galaxy S20. Of course, pricing details are still subject to change and they won’t be the same in every market. The prices above could apply to some European countries, not all, but at least we have a fairly accurate idea of what to expect.
The takeaway is that the Galaxy S21 series should cost less or about the same as the predecessor. We’ll keep you posted if more details emerge.
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