Samsung announced the Galaxy M20 back in January, and we've since seen it launch in India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Ukraine. Now it's finally time for the handset to hit the EU as well, and the first two markets from the bloc where it's available are Italy and Spain.
In both cases, you'll need to shell out €229 to receive an unlocked and SIM-free unit, which you can purchase from Amazon (see the two Source links below). Unsurprisingly, the phone is a bit more expensive in the EU than in the other territories where it launched, as is usually the case. Then again, the only version being sold in the EU is the top one with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
Now that it's firmly set foot in the EU, expect to see the Galaxy M20 become available in other countries in the bloc very soon, and probably for similar pricing.