There isn’t much to know about the Samsung Galaxy S23 series given that almost everything about it has been leaked. The only missing piece of the puzzle, its price, is also mentioned in the report. Twitter leader RGCloudS has now expanded on previous rumors with a detailed analysis of how much the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra could cost.
- Galaxy S23 8GB RAM/128GB storage: $799
- Galaxy S23 8GB RAM/256GB storage: $849
This makes the Galaxy S23 cheaper in US dollars than its previous $899 starting price. However, this comes at the cost of Wi-Fi 7, which is supposed to be exclusive to the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra. All three models will support Wi-Fi 6 and UWB (ultra-wideband). Next, its Plus variant will cost the following.
- Galaxy S23+ 8GB RAM/128GB storage: $999
- Galaxy S23+ 8GB RAM/256GB storage: $1,049
There seems to be no mention of the 512GB version of the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ in this list, although its existence is confirmed by at least two well-known sources (Snoopy Tech and Ahmed Qwaider). That leaves us with the Galaxy S23 Ultra and, as expected, it costs a lot of money.
- Galaxy S23 Ultra: 8GB RAM/256GB storage: $1,249
- Galaxy S23 Ultra: 12GB RAM/512GB storage: $1,349
- Galaxy S23 Ultra 12GB RAM/1TB storage: $1,499
RGclouds adds that shipments of the 1TB storage option may be delayed by two to six weeks. The same applies to colorways exclusive to the Samsung Store. The leaker also states that these prices are preliminary and may change closer to the release of the Galaxy Unpacked, which is scheduled for February 1st.
You can save $50 by pre-ordering the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra from the Samsung website. It can be purchased additionally through Samsung’s exchange program, although the value offered for smartphones, even high-end ones, varies greatly by region. For example, the latest generation Galaxy S22 Ultra could get a lot more in the US/Europe than in India.
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