Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G Deals

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
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We've compared 526 Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G deals.

The cheapest average monthly cost for new contracts is £39.08 over 24 months with an upfront cost of £169.99. For a free device, the best price is £41 over 24 months. The lowest in terms of total cost of ownership is £937.99. These plans are only available to new customers of the network.

Upgrades are available starting from £35 average per month. These plans are only available if you're an existing customer of the network in the last 30 days of your contract.

SIM-Free and Pay-as-you-go deals can be found from £514.99 in the SIM-Free tab if wish to purchase without a contract. Some retailers allow you to spread the cost of your phone - untick the "All Upfront" payments box to see these.

Description

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is a smartphone that comes with a 6.9-inch touchscreen display and a resolution of 1140 pixels by 3200 pixels. The Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is powered by Exynos 990 chipset and packs 16GB of RAM. The device runs Android 10.0 and features a 108-megapixel primary camera on the rear.The S20 Ultra is a 5G compatible phone.

Key Features

Operating System
Android
Display Size
6.9"
Connectivity
Up to 5G
Chipset
Exynos 990
Rear Camera
108 Megapixels
Front Camera
40 Megapixels
Dimensions
167 x 76 x 8.8 mm
Weight
221 grams
Sim Card Type
Nano SIM
Talk Time
Info unavailable
Screen Type
Dynamic AMOLED capacitive touchscreen
Wi-Fi
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax
Bluetooth
5.0 with A2DP, LE, apt-X
Screen Resolution
1440 x 3200
SD Card Slot
MicroSDXC
Battery
Non-removable
Camera Resolution
1440 x 3200
Water Resistance
IP68 - Dust and water resistant over 1.5 meter and 30 minutes
Average Score
3.9 from 22 reviews
T3 - 4/5
Express - 4/5
Tom's Guide - 4/5
GSMArena - 4/5
Pocket-lint - 4/5
CNet - 8/10
Stuff - 4/5
PCWorld - 3.5/5
Engadget - 80/100
Tech Advisor - 3.5/5
WIRED - 8/10
The Guardian - 4/5
The Verge - 7/10
PhoneArena - 8.9/10
PCMag UK - 3/5
SlashGear - 7/10
IGN - 9/10