Samsung is prepping up of an official partnershing with the Olympic Games and will therefore be designing a special edition of the Galaxy S20 series which will be gifted to participating athletes.
Tokyo is the host of the forthcoming world event and will likely be a time the world will get back together again right after the Coroanvirus pandemic had led to border closure in various countries across the globe as the disease spreads super-fast.
The event is scheduled to take place this summer and Samsung gas unveiled the Galaxy S20+ 5G Olympic Edition which comes designed in Matte Gold in partnership with Local carrier NTT Docomo. The difference this time is the availability of the device to end users who wants to purchase it at stores.
The Galaxy S20+ 5G comes with 12GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. Specially made for the Olympic games, it will be sold for JPY 114,840 which can be about $1,050 USD.
Unlike the non-Olympic version which is offered in Cosmic Grey and its price tag is JPY113,000, which is exactly $1,039. NTT Docomo is Samsung’s partner and major reseller of the Korean giant’s phones.
Pre-order can be made on the Docomo’s website while the first shipment is scheduled to start by June but if you just want the normal Galaxy S20+ 5G without the Matte Gold color or the Tokyo olympic logo on it, then you can just order the device which is expected to start shipping by May.
Meanwhile the current status of the Coronavirus pandemic might affect the timing of the game which might lead to it’s postponement entirely but if that will affect the shipment of the Galaxy S20+ 5G Olympic Edition is yet to be known.