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Samsung Galaxy S20 Series Soon to be Available in Vietnam

Samsung Vietnam has just announced the release date for the Galaxy S20 lineup and Galaxy Buds+ in the country. According to the South Korean tech giant‘s global release details, the three flagship mobile phones, together with the new earbuds will be available to consumers in Vietnam starting with March 6th.

However, prospective customers can also pre-order the product they want before the mobile devices are shipped to Vietnam, and can also take advantage of the renowned freebies offered for consumers who pre-order the devices.

Anyone in Vietnam who will pre-order the regular Galaxy S20 model before March 5th will get a free Clear View case for their newly acquired mobile phone. Those who pre-order either the Galaxy ​S20+ or the premium camera edition Galaxy ​S20 Ultra will get free pairs of the upgraded Galaxy ​Buds+, so says trusted tipster Evan Blass (@EvaLeaks)​.

The Galaxy ​Buds+ can also be acquired separately in either white or black for VDN 4,490,000, or about $192. In comparison to the previous version of the item, the new earbuds announced and showcased at Samsung Unpacked event, come with an enhanced sound and longer battery life, besides other impressive improvements.

The Galaxy Buds+ – An Upgraded Version of its Predecessor

A poster uploaded in Evan’s tweet hinted, before the official announcement, that the Galaxy Buds+ looked almost identical to its predecessor. The new truly wireless product is indeed boasting a more-capable 85 mAh battery, in comparison to its earlier version’s 58 mAh.

The device is, therefore, able to offer 12 hours of claimed battery life in a single charge. However, the product doesn’t have the much-awaited noise-cancellation functionality, which, of course, made the price go lower.

With specifications now revealed, here are the prices in Vietnam. The Galaxy ​S20 packs a price tag of VDN 21,490,000 ($922)​, the Galaxy S20+ costs VDN 23,990,000 ($1,029)​, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra is priced at VDN 29,990,000 ($1,286).

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