Samsung Galaxy Z Flip expected to be sold at $1400 from February 14, Galaxy S20 availability leaked

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  • The Samsung Galaxy Flip Z is expected to be available from February 14 for $1400.
  • The Galaxy S20 series is expected to go on sale from March 6 in the US.

Korean smartphone maker Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip at the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 11. There have been several leaks surrounding the upcoming devices, including press renders and live leaks.

A new leak has revealed the expected pricing and availability of the Galaxy Z Flip. Max Weinbach, who had earlier leaked the availability of the Galaxy Fold 2 has also leaked the availability of the Galaxy S20 series.

Galaxy Z Flip may be priced at $1400

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Samsung had launched the Galaxy Fold with a price tag of $1980 (₹1,41,230 approx.) and now, the Galaxy Z Flip, which is expected to be similar to the Motorola Razr is expected to be priced at $1400 (₹99,850 approx.).

The device will reportedly be available from February 14 as an AT&T exclusive for a limited period of time and will likely be available from other operators after a fixed duration. The device is also expected to be available unlocked in the country.

Samsung Galaxy S20 to be available from March

The Galaxy S20 series, which is expected to include the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and the Galaxy S20 Ultra is expected to go on sale from March 6. While the pricing of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ is not known, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is expected to be priced at $1300 (₹92,710 approx.).
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Samsung is also expected to announce the Galaxy Buds+ at the event and they are expected to be priced at $149.99 (₹10,700 approx.). As per a leaked image, buyers who pre-order the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra will get Galaxy Buds+ for free.

See also:

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 expected to launch in Q2 2020 with S Pen, 108MP camera

Samsung Galaxy S20 to be announced on February 11: Everything we know so far

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