Get up to $200 Samsung credit when you pre-order the Galaxy S20 series phones at the Microsoft Store

Arif Bacchus

If you’ve been thinking of making the switch to Android or just want to upgrade to a new phone, Microsoft has the offer for you. Currently, you can get up to $200 Samsung credit if you pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S20 series phones at the Microsoft Store.

As Samsung is pushing out three S20 series phones this year, there are three specific offers at the Microsoft Store. If you pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, you’ll get a $100 Samsung credit. And, if you pre-order the larger Galaxy S20+ 5G, you’ll get a $150 Samsung credit. Finally, pre-ordering the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G will get you a $200 Samsung Credit.

The Samsung credit you receive can be used towards additional products. That includes the Galaxy Watch series or the new Samsung Galaxy Buds+.

Samsung’s latest smartphones come with plenty of new and cool features. The three models are very similar and all have 120Hz displays, and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor. There’s also expandable storage, water resistance, and wireless charging on all three models.

The differences end there though, as the base model S20 has a 6.2-inch screen, the S20+ a 6.7-inch screen and the S20 Ultra  6.9-inch screen. Battery life is different too, as the S20 sports a 4,000 mAh battery, the S20+ a 4,500 mAH battery, and the S20 Ultra a 5,000 mAH battery.

The Ultra also has more RAM, either 12GB or 16GB, and a crazy 108MP main camera sensor on the rear, whereas the S20 and the S20+ only sport a 12MP sensor. You’ll also find that the second and third rear cameras are different too. The S20 and S20+ sports a 64MP telephoto lens, whereas the S20 Ultra has a 48MP lens. As for the third camera, both the S20 and S20+ and S20 Ultra have 12MP sensors. The more premium S20+ and S20 Ultra also benefit from a time-of-flight sensor, and a better 40MP front-facing camera compared to 10MP on the other models.

You can learn more about the Galaxy S20 series phones from Samsung here.