A new report from Counterpoint Research, a known analytics based firm, has revealed that the product cost of a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G is 549 US Dollars, with the device showcasing the semiconductor prowess of both the South Korean tech giant and known chipmaker Qualcomm.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G is the company’s ultra high end handset which is a culmination of the latest technologies being integrated and optimized across multiple system components, design and is manufactured using cutting edge techniques as well. Thus, the production of such flagships from various companies arrive with a ” halo effect” around them, as per Counterpoint Research.
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According to Ethan Qi, a Senior Analyst, “Samsung has done an excellent job in designing, manufacturing and integrating multiple advanced technologies and components in a very thin and light form-factor compared to the previous generation flagship models, and with a competitive BoM cost structure. The total BoM cost achievement is slightly under $550 with the component cost making up around $468, which is a commendable for a device with a list price of $1299.”
Samsung has offered its flagship with both the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ variant for certain key markets like the US, China, South Korea, and others, while the other regions across the globe sport the Exynos 990 variant. Ethan Qi further added that “his mmWave version of the Note 20 Ultra 5G builds on Qualcomm’s reference design featuring the most advanced 5G SoC, the Snapdragon 865+, and the Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System.” The 5G networking components in the device are key, especially in countries that support the newer and faster telecom generation.
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