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Buy the new Samsung S20 series in UAE for as low as Dh138 a month Filed on February 13, 2020 | Last updated on February 14, 2020 at 07.07 am
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Exciting offers will make it easy for UAE residents to get their hands on the new devices.

Gadget seekers in the UAE eager to get their hands on Samsung's new Galaxy S20 Series, and the foldable Galaxy Z Flip smartphone, are one step closer to doing so, as pre-orders for the devices are now open at major retailers and Samsung brand stores.

In addition, customers can also place their orders online at the Samsung website. Prices for the new phones start from Dh3,199 and will increase based on the device and memory size. The pre-orders will run until March 5, 2020.

Customers who pre-order the device through the retailers will get the new Galaxy Buds+ as a gift. However, customers who pre-order online will get in addition to the Galaxy Buds+ the Samsung Care+ for a year.

The Galaxy S20 with 128GB is priced at Dh3,199, while the Galaxy S20+ with 128GB is priced at Dh3,599. The Galaxy S20+ 5G with 128GB is priced at Dh3,799, while the Galaxy S20+ 5G with 512GB is priced at Dh4,299. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G with 128GB is priced at Dh4,499, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G with 512GB is priced at Dh5,299.

UAE telecom service providers Etisalat and du also announced deals on the new Samsung devices, with prices starting as low as Dh138 a month.

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The monthly plans from Etisalat

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The monthly plans from du

"Consumers can't wait to experience 5G and we are proud to offer a smartphone that brings ultra-fast speeds together with the power and performance," said Osman Albora, head of Mobile Division at Samsung Gulf Electronics. "The ultimate expression tool, Galaxy S20 Series has removed the limitations of resolution so users can experience crystal clear visuals with stunning resolution in a device which is out of this world."

Samsung unveiled the devices at an event in San Francisco on Tuesday with a brand-new camera architecture that combines AI with Samsung's largest image sensor yet for stunning image quality. The new series features Space Zoom, which allows users to zoom in up to 100x and capture the world in perfect clarity during any situation and at any time. The Galaxy S20 also offers 8K video shooting, as well as Super Steady - its anti-rolling stabilisation and AI motion analysis.

Samsung, on Wednesday, also announced that the new, foldable smartphone Galaxy Z Flip is now available for pre-orders on February 12 and February 13, 2020 from major retailers and Samsung brand stores, as well as online on the Samsung website.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip with 256GB will be available for pre-order starting at the price of Dh5,499. UAE customers who pre-order on the Samsung website on February 12 and February 13 will receive their device on February 14. Engineered with first-of-its-kind foldable glass, Galaxy Z Flip features a 6.7-inch display that folds into a compact form factor that fits in the palm of your hand. Designed with an innovative Hideaway Hinge and custom-built UX, Galaxy Z Flip provides elegant new ways to capture, share and experience content. The Galaxy Z Flip's unique usability extends to its camera, where users can capture picture-perfect shots, without the need for a tripod.

Samsung launched the Galaxy Z Flip alongside the new S20 Series on Tuesday in a move to combat its rivals in the premium smartphone market. Both Apple Inc, along with Huawei, have eaten into the manufacturer's sales in China and Europe. Experts at the world's largest smartphone manufacturer have pinned their hopes on 5G handsets to revive demand, especially as key international rival Apple has yet to release a 5G iPhone. Shares of Samsung, which generated 34 per cent of its profit last year from the mobile business and half from its chip business, rose 0.2 per cent in a flat wider market.


Rohma Sadaqat

I am a reporter and sub-editor on the Business desk at Khaleej Times. I mainly cover and write articles on the UAE's retail, hospitality, travel, and tourism sectors.Originally from Lahore, I have been living in the UAE for more than 20 years. I graduated with a BA in Mass Communication, with a concentration in Journalism, and a double minor in History and International Studies from the American University of Sharjah.If you see me out and about on assignment in Dubai, feel free to stop me, say hello, and we can chat about the latest kitten videos on YouTube.

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