UPDATE: A new leak claims that all three Galaxy S21 variants will be cheaper than their predecessor
Unlike the Galaxy S20 series, there won’t be 4G variants in Europe, the 5G variant will be the new standard everywhere else.
As reported by WinFuture, the standard variant of the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra devices will cost 849, 1,049, and 1,349 EUR respectively in the European regions. Check the detailed pricing below:
- Samsung Galaxy S21 128GB – 849 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 256GB – 899 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 128GB – 1049 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 256GB – 1099 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 128GB – 1349 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 256GB – 1399 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 512GB – 1529 euros
Note: Due to the different VAT rates in the various European countries, the devices could cost slightly higher or lower prices in the individual markets.
Title: The Galaxy S21 will start at a lower price than S20, the S21 Ultra will be higher than its predecessor
After almost everything about the Galaxy S21 series including hands-on video, official renders, live images, and complete specs – we now have the pricing details of the Galaxy S21 series, courtesy of 91Mobiles.
According to the information, the Galaxy S21 will start at a lower price than the S20 (launched with a starting price – €999), while the S21 Ultra will be priced higher than its predecessor (S20 Ultra launched with a starting price €1349).
Here’s the complete pricing of the Galaxy S21 series in European countries:
Samsung Galaxy S21 128GB: €849
Samsung Galaxy S21+ 128GB: €1,049
Samsung Galaxy S21+ 256GB: €1,099
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 128GB: €1,399
The higher price of the Galaxy S21 Ultra is likely due to the addition of the S Pen support and improved camera setup. But for the S Pen, you will have to pay separately.
Keep in mind, these leaked prices are for European countries and could differ in other regions. Samsung is going to unveil the Galaxy S21 series at the Galaxy Unpacked event on January 14, 2021.