Pricing for Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series leaked over this past weekend, and we told you about it yesterday. Long story short, it’s pretty shocking . According to a source that has had reliable info in the past, the new S20 series will start at $999 for the Galaxy S20 with 5G and it’ll top out at $1,399 for the Galaxy S20 Ultra. That’s an awful lot of cash to spend even on a flagship phablet, though it’s still less than the $1,449 that Apple charges for a maxed-out iPhone 11 Pro Max. The more troubling news would be that $999 entry price for the Galaxy S20, however. T-Mobile will reportedly only offer Samsung’s Galaxy S20 versions with 5G, so the model without 5G support will be less expensive. That said, an earlier rumor suggested that 4G-only versions of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ will only be $100 less than their 5G counterparts. If that’s accurate, we could be looking at an $899 price point for Samsung’s cheapest Galaxy S20 phone. As a reminder, this is the entry-level model that replaces the Galaxy S10e, and it’s going to go toe-to-toe with Apple’s $699 iPhone 11, which is likely the single best-selling smartphone out there right now.