The Galaxy S20 series is one of the highlights of the first half of the year in terms of smartphone flagships, but the phone wasn’t quite the success Samsung wanted it to be. The device hit stores just as the world braced for the worldwide coronavirus health crisis, and most markets entered lockdowns soon after that. Smartphone sales were hurt in the process, as the world’s population was started prioritizing other purchases. Even without COVID-19, Galaxy S20 would have suffered thanks to Samsung’s surprising pricing policy for the series. The cheapest S20 you can buy starts at $999, which is $300 more than the cheapest iPhone 11.