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Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 + first sale tomorrow, pre-booking gains of up to 15 thousand

The first sale of Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be on Saturday, March 7. This is the company’s flagship series, which includes the Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra. The pre-booking of these smartphones started with the launch of the company. Users who pre-booked these handsets will be delivered from March 6. The Galaxy S20 and S20 + have a 64-megapixel quad rear camera.

Galaxy S20, S20 + offers

On pre-booking of these handsets, the company is offering benefits of up to 15 thousand rupees. It will get 10 thousand rupees off on Galaxy Buds +. That is, these buds will be available for 1999 rupees. With this, an additional exchange offer of 5 thousand rupees will be available. This offer is valid till 9 March only.

The phone can also be purchased at no cost EMI of Rs 6,166.58 per month. At the same time, standard EMI starts at Rs 3,483.38 per month.

Samsung Care Plus service can be availed for Rs 1999 with the phone. In this service, the phone will be given Accidental Damage and Liquid Damage Protection.

Smartphone prices

Galaxy s2066,999 rupees
Galaxy s20 +73,999 rupees
Galaxy s20 ultra92,999 Rupees

The delivery of the Galaxy S20 and S20 + will begin on March 6 and the S20 Ultra will begin on March 24.

Specifications of Samsung Galaxy S20

The display6.20-inch
The processorSamsung Exynos 990
RAM8GB
Storage128GB
Rear camera12 + 64 + 12 + 0.3 megapixels
Front camera10 megapixels
The battery4000mAh
OSAndroid 10

Samsung Galaxy S20 + specifications

The display6.70-inch
The processorSamsung Exynos 990
RAM8GB
Storage128GB
Rear camera12 + 64 + 12 + 0.3 megapixels
Front camera10 megapixels
The battery4500mAh
OSAndroid 10

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