The Galaxy S21 Ultra could be more expensive than the S20 Ultra
Nevertheless, here’s how much the Samsung Galaxy S21 series could cost in Europe:
- Samsung Galaxy S21 — €879
- Galaxy S21+ — €1,079
- Galaxy S21 Ultra — €1,399
The Galaxy S20+, on the other hand, was available for €1,099, which is around €20 more than the Galaxy S21. Of course, this small difference may well disappear in some markets due to VAT differences.
Samsung’s plans for the Galaxy S21 Ultra are perhaps the most disappointing.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra was available for €1,349 at launch and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra landed at €1,299. An additional price drop was rumored for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, but that doesn’t seem to be happening in Europe. Instead, a €50 price hike is reportedly to be on the cards.
Samsung Galaxy S21 prices in the United States
The official US pricing should leak over the coming weeks, but the information about European prices does put into question recent rumors about massive price cuts across the whole Samsung Galaxy S21 lineup.
If the European prices listed above are accurate and recent Samsung launches are anything to go by, the Galaxy S21 series could be priced as follows in the United States:
- Samsung Galaxy S21 — $899
- Samsung Galaxy S21+ — $1,099
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra — $1,299
These prices are purely estimates, but there’s a chance Samsung will offer $100 price cuts across the entire Galaxy S21 range. However, if it sticks with 256GB of base storage as rumored, it’s also possible that these price cuts will be wiped out.
Samsung Galaxy S21 prices in the United Kingdom
Based on what we’ve seen for Europe, the Galaxy S21 prices in the United Kingdom should look as follows:
- Samsung Galaxy S21 — £799
- Samsung Galaxy S21+ — £999
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra — £1,249
Again, these prices are purely estimates. In the UK, as is the case across Europe, all Galaxy S21 models are expected to ship with 128GB of storage. The option of 256GB should be available for an extra £100, and 512GB of storage is in the works for the Ultra, which should cost another £100 more.