How much does the Samsung Galaxy S21 cost in Australia?

Samsung's new flagship isn't exactly budget-friendly.

Samsung’s long-awaited Galaxy S21 lineup announcement is finally here, and now that we know all the juicy details, there’s one question on everyone’s lips – how much is it?

For reference, here’s how much the S20 lineup cost in Australia at launch:

  • S20: $1,349 ($1,499 for 5G variant)
  • S20+: From $1,499 ($1,649 for 5G variant)
  • S20 Ultra: From $1,999

Now we can finally confirm the Galaxy S21 price in Australia, and it’s actually not too different from last year – in fact, in some cases, it’s cheaper.

Model128GB256GB512GB
Galaxy S21$1,249$1,349-
Galaxy S21 Plus$1,549$1,649-
Galaxy S21 Ultra$1,849$1,949$2,149

That means the base S21 model is $250 cheaper than its 5G S20 counterpart, the S21 Plus starting price is $100 cheaper than its 5G equivalent, and the S21 Ultra shaves $150 off its predecessor. Not bad.

Samsung Galaxy S21 plans

Samsung Galaxy S21 preorders are now live through Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Woolworths Mobile and come with a bonus pair of Galaxy Buds Live (S21 and S21 Plus) or Galaxy Buds Pro (S21 Ultra). Check out some of the most popular plans below. For larger storage variants, simply click ‘View full results’ and change your phone selection from there.

Galaxy S21

Galaxy S21+

Galaxy S20 Ultra