Samsung’s S20 series and last year’s Galaxy S10 handsets have undoubtedly been some of the best phones on the market in recent years. But with that in mind, it is no surprise that they are also some of the most expensive.
Luckily, every so often we see a price cut come around to make things that little bit easier. For the S10, with a year under its belt, these price drops come around pretty frequently. But for the brand new S20 trio…not so much.
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Samsung’s middle brother of its most recent trio, the S20 Plus is a seriously powerful piece of tech. After the recent price drop, this deal has come down to just £40 upfront. Pair that with the £54 a month bills and big data plan and this is a solid bargain.
While the S20 Plus is an awesome phone, it is very expensive. On the slightly cheaper end is the S20. The data cap drops down to just 25GB but you’ll be paying just £43 a month and £125 upfront making it a far cheaper plan.
Remove 5G functionality and things get even cheaper still. Here you’re paying just £39 a month and £15 upfront to get your hands on this new phone. The data cap is lowered to 10GB and while the 5G speeds are gone, you do gain a free wireless charger.
Finally, if you go back to Samsung’s 2019 devices you can save considerably. This S10 deal comes in at just £36 a month with absolutely no upfront costs. On top of that, you’re getting 45GB of data making this a solid offer in all categories.
What’s so good about these Samsung devices?
The middle child of Samsung’s latest trio, the S20 Plus offers high-end specs in all of the areas you would hope for. It has one of the best phone screens out there, an awesome 4500mAh battery, powerful internals, 120Hz refresh rate and even a super-powered quad camera set-up.
The cheapest of Samsung’s latest trio, the S20 offers very similar specs to above at a lower price. You’re getting a 4000mAh battery, an almost identical camera set-up, that same powerful display and the 120Hz refresh rate still.
Just because its the oldest of the three, it doesn’t mean its a bad phone. The Galaxy S10 was one of our favourite devices of 2019, packed with some incredible internal power, a top-notch camera, beautiful display and all of the other features that make up a flagship.