One of the most frequently asked questions is Samsung Galaxy S23 Exactly when we’ll see it — and the latest news from the rumor mill points to a reveal date that’s a bit later than we’d expect, even if it’s only a week or two.
According to a Chester maven MustafaHosny Oh God, Amen(Opens in a new window) (Across Diary(Opens in a new window)Samsung intends to launch the phones in February. There will be internal debate about pricing the phones, which could lead to the date being pushed back.
They were previously heardReports from several sourcesThe Galaxy S23 range is announced in the first week in February. However, it seems that we may have to wait until the end of the month to see these phones officially released to the public.
The pricing dilemma is a fascinating topic. Samsung will seek to make a healthy profit while not putting off potential buyers. However, it appears that Samsung has not yet decided how much it will charge for these phones.
Return to Samsung Galaxy S22 phone A series, these phones started at $799 / £769 / AU$1,249 (Standard), $999 / £949 / AU$1,549 (Plus) and $1,199 / £1,149 / AU$1,849 ( Ultra), giving us an idea of what to expect from the new range for 2023.
The same tipter who claims the phones are behind cites price points at $799, $899 and $1,199 for three devices in the Galaxy S23 series, but that’s more speculation than fact. We will find out in the next few months.
Analysis: pricing pressure
Based on what we know so far about the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series, it doesn’t seem like these phones will make a big leap over their predecessors. Many of the same components were used in the 2022 phones. It is scheduled to be used in 2023 editions.
Given the current economic climate, it’s easy to see why. The economy is tight and most people are under financial pressure. The effects of the pandemic continue to impact supply chains and increase the cost of raw materials.
Samsung will need to make sure that the Galaxy 23 phones are priced lower than the Galaxy S22 phones. This requires some compromises.
This new leak shows that the company is careful not overcharge customers, especially considering the fierce competition from Apple, Google, etc. People will choose more affordable options if the price is too high.
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