Samsung Galaxy S23: increased prices for the next flagships piewolka jaskhue
That was to be expected. Although the information is not yet confirmed, Samsung's Galaxy S23 should be sold more expensive than the Galaxy S22. Count an additional hundred euros to get your hands on the latest jewels of South Korea.
Just a week before the official presentation of Samsung's new flagships, a final rumor completes the information already in our possession. If the Galaxy S23 no longer really hold any secrets at the technical level, there remains the question of tariffs. Price grid identical to that of 2022 or increase: the German journalist Roland Quandt has removed the doubts.
Blame it on inflation and the various shortages that have hit the tech market in recent months, the prices of the Galaxy S23 should be significantly higher than those of the Galaxy S22. According to Roland Quandt, the European prices would not be identical and all the models will undergo an increase of at least 100 €. The German journalist managed to get his hands on the Spanish prices, which should be identical to those practiced on our side of the Pyrenees.
Thus, the Samsung Galaxy S23 would start at €959 in the 128 GB version. You would have to add €60 to benefit from double the storage. The starting price of the S23+ model would be set at €1209 (256 GB), while its 512 GB version would amount to €1329. Finally, the firm's ultimate flagship, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, would be marketed at €1,409 with 256 GB of storage. The 512 GB model would be displayed at 1589 € and would offer 12 GB of RAM instead of 8 GB.
The prices for the 1 TB storage version are not known at the moment, but these first prices help to get an idea. There is no doubt that it will be sold above 1700 €; a premium label for a smartphone which will therefore have no room for error.
As usual with rumors, these elements are to be taken with a grain of salt, but Roland Quandt is one of the most reliable personalities when it comes to disclosure. We will have confirmation or denial of his remarks from February 1, 2023 from 7 p.m., during Samsung's Unpacked.