Samsung's Galaxy S20 5G and S20+ 5G are $200 off on Amazon

Samsung's Galaxy S20 series of smartphones are pricey, starting at an incredible $999 for the base model configuration of the S20 5G. It goes up from there, with the S20+ 5G starting at $1,199 and the 512GB model costing $1,349. Then, of course, there's the S20 Ultra 5G for $1,399.

While the devices are only a few weeks old, you can already get some sweet discounts. Right now, Amazon is offering $200 off of the normal prices of the S20 5G and the S20+ 5G. That means that the base model starts at $799.99.

While both devices are unlocked and support 5G, there's a key difference in the kind of 5G that they support. The regular S20 only supports sub6 bands, while the S20+ supports both sub6 and mmWave. That's the main difference between the two handsets other than, of course, the size.

The S20 and S20+ both include Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 chipset, 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED displays, and more. The S20 packs 128GB of internal storage, while the S20+ offers a selection of 128GB and 512GB configurations.

You can find them on Amazon here, and our review of the S20+ 5G here.

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