Galaxy S20: There’s not long left to grab ultimate Samsung deal before UK release date03/05/2020
Samsung’s new Galaxy S20 range will finally arrive in stores next Friday and that means there’s not long left to pick up a very tempting offer. Those who pre-order either the more expensive Galaxy S20+ or S20 Ultra can currently grab a free pair of Galaxy Buds+ worth over £150.
The Galaxy Buds+ feature a big upgrade over Samsung’s previous wireless headphones. These upgraded in-ear music makers now getting over 10-hours of life on a single charge.
That’s pretty impressive especially when you compare it to Apple’s AirPods which only last for around five hours.
When the ‘buds do run dry you can pop them back in the clever charging case for an instant refill. Less than 10 minutes tucked inside the case will bring the buds to an impressive three hours of listening time – so there’s no excuse not to be blasting tunes almost 24 hours a day.
There’s also sound tuned by AKG and an adaptive 3-mic system for crystal clear calls. If these headphones take your fancy, then you need to act fast.
- The Galaxy S20’s best new feature could have one massive drawback
Samsung isn’t keeping this offer around after March 8, 2020. As we mentioned earlier, this deal is available for those buying the larger S20+ model or the monstrous S20 Ultra.
This premium Ultra flagship not only features a huge 6.9-inch screen but there’s also a quad-rear camera with 100X Space Zoom. You’ll also find a massive 5,000mAh battery tucked inside its glass and metal body which should easily power you through a day and beyond.
Other features coming to the entire S20 range include access to the latest 5G data speeds and a 120Hz screen which offers a silky smooth and stutter-free viewing experience.
There’s also all the usual Samsung tech such as wireless charging, always-on screen and embedded fingerprint scanner.
Samsung’s standard S20 without 5G starts from £799 with the faster model available for £899.
The S20+ will cost you £999 with the Ultra getting the eye-watering starting price of £1,199.
All of these devices will be available in-store from March 13. Express.co.uk has already taken delivery of our review unit and will be bringing you a full review in the coming days so watch this space.
Source: Read Full Article