We know this. Samsung Galaxy S23We don’t know how much the phones will cost, but they will be available for purchase starting February 1. A new leak has shed some light on the US pricing of these phones.
Information that is known @employee(Opens in new tab)Twitter (via Diary(Opens in new tab)) has posted pricing for two Galaxy S23 models, two Galaxy S23 Plus models, and three Galaxy S23 Ultra models — and that’s pretty much it all, though one S23 Plus variant appears to be missing.
Samsung seems to have managed last year’s results. Galaxy S22And Galaxy S22 PlusThe new models are priced the same as the previous models, but the Galaxy S23 Ultra seems to be more expensive than the predecessor (the less expensive model has twice the internal storage).
These prices are final
According to this source the Galaxy S23 will be priced at $799 for the model that has 128GB of storage with 8GB of RAM and the version with 256GB will cost $849.
We are looking at $1,049 for the Plus model with 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM, or $999 for the 128GB version. Although we believe there will be a version with 512GB storage, it is not listed here.
Final, the S23 Ultra should be $1,249 (256GB storage and 8GB RAM), $1.349 (512GB Storage, 12GB RAM), $1.349 (1TB storage, 12GB RAM) or $1.499 (1TB Storage, 12GB Storage). There are two types of RAM. The Galaxy S22 UltraIt started at $1199 with 128GB of storage.
Analysis: pricing pressures
This is the limit. The majority of rumors The spin around the Samsung Galaxy S23 suggested that these phones would cost more than their Galaxy S22 counterparts — what with inflationary pressures, the ongoing battle with the coronavirus pandemic, and many other factors conspiring to drive up prices.
It appears that Samsung may be able reach last year’s pricing, at minimum on the S23 and Plus models. It is possible that executives at Samsung decided to reduce the profit margin in order to keep prices down.
It’s understandable that people will be closely watching their spending, especially with the global economic crisis. It’s hard to justify spending so much on a new smartphone at the moment.
Because Samsung is unlikely to use international currency conversions, we didn’t include them above. If the price remains the same across the board for the two cheaper phones, that’s £769 / AU$1,249 for the standard model and £949 / $1,549 for the Plus model.
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