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Samsung launches Galaxy Note 20 at a lower price than Note 10

Samsung launched last year (Galaxy Note 10) phone at 1.25 million Korean won, and (Galaxy Note 10 Plus) price at 1.5 million Korean won in South Korea, and now a new report stated that phones this year of the series will be launched at a lower price compared to the prices of 2019 phones.

According to a report from the Naver website, the (Galaxy Note 20) and (Galaxy Note 20 Ultra) - or what might be called (Galaxy Note 20 Plus) - will be launched at a price of about 0.05 million Korean won, which means that the two phones will be available at a price of about 40 dollars less US compared to the prices of the (Galaxy Note 10) and (Galaxy Note 10 Plus).

Although the difference in price is not significant, it contradicts the expectations of industry analysts, who previously said: 2020 phones will be sold at a price of about 0.05 million won compared to 2019 phones. It is believed that the expected price reduction of the phones is explained by expectations of low demand due to the (COVID- 19).

It is noteworthy that Samsung launched the (Galaxy Note 10) phone at a price of $ 950, while the phone (Galaxy Note 10 Plus) was launched at a price of $ 1,100. This; The Naver report did not clarify whether the discount to be applied to South Korea would take place on global markets, however, this is expected to happen given the global impact of the epidemic.

On the other hand, another report from South Korea stated that Samsung may charge its smartphones without any charger in the box, as of next year.

The report, published by the Korean newspaper ETNews, stated that the company - which is the largest producer of smartphones in the world - will take this step; Because people already own chargers for their devices, plus it will help them reduce costs.

Samsung announced a few days ago that it intends on the 5th of next August to hold its special event for announcing the Galaxy Note 20 phones on 5 August 2020, and in the same event, the company is expected to announce the second generation of its foldable smartphone. (Galaxy Fold) Galaxy Fold, and a version supporting the 5G networks of the foldable phone (Galaxy Z Flip) Galaxy Z Flip.