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Samsung Galaxy S20 on sale at Saturn and MediaMarkt

Last updated on March 9, 2021

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Samsung smartphones are rapidly losing value. This is also true for the new Galaxy S20. After only a few months on the market in Germany, the price of this top mobile phone has already fallen significantly. Saturn and MediaMarkt are announcing a new best price.

Samsung Galaxy S20 for Singles Day especially cheap

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The Samsung Galaxy S20 came onto the market in mid-March for 899 euros and has since experienced a real drop in prices. After only a few days, the first offer was made, and in the meantime, the company has already saved over 300 euros. Even big companies like MediaMarkt and Saturn want to have only 530 Euro. Even Amazon can’t go along with this. After all there is a 3 instead of 2 years warranty. After a few months on the market this is of course a massive loss of value – but basically normal for Samsung devices as well.

Samsung Galaxy S20: What makes this phone so special?

Samsung got a lot of things right with the Galaxy S20, as I found out in the test. The 120 hertz display, the new camera and high performance are convincing. You have to make small compromises with the battery life alone. What else the mobile phone has to offer, we will tell you in the following video:

<Besides the Galaxy S20 there is also the Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra. Both offer a slightly better equipment, but also cost much more. The Galaxy S20, on the other hand, is a compact all-rounder, which I personally prefer.

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Samsung Galaxy S20: What’s next?

The price of the Samsung Galaxy S20 will continue to fall. There is absolutely no doubt about that. When it approaches the price mark of about 600 Euros, the mobile phone is a real price-performance cracker. At the latest then everyone who has been waiting should strike. GIGA will inform you when the price reaches this magical limit.

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