Another source claims to spill precious pricing info!
The leaks regarding Samsung Galaxy S23 are still going strong! We have just had a complete spec sheet leak of the S23 Ultra, which gave us all that we had to know about the high-end flagship of Samsung. However, that leak did not give us any details about the pricing.
Well, it’s not like we did not have any price leaks before. There was news regarding the price hike of one model, giving us hints on how much we would have to spend for one of the devices. Now, a mobile carrier has tipped the entire lineup’s pricing details.
Price Hike in Other Regions
According to a new report, the Galaxy S23 lineup will be more expensive for Australian consumers. The price of all the models will see a hike of AUD 100. That translates to about a $70 US or €65 price increase for all the models.
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What about the European regions? Well, the European price for the “boringly perfect” Galaxy S23 phone will likely be €959 with 128GB storage and €1019 for the 256GB variant.
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On the other hand, the pricing of the S23 Plus is tipped as €1219 for a 256GB storage configuration and €1339 for 512GB. Finally, the S23 Ultra is rumored to cost €1419 for 256GB, €1599 for the 512GB model, and €1839 for the 1TB configuration. So, the price of the whole series will likely see a price hike in the EU region.
Galaxy S23 Series Price Will Likely Be the Same in The USA
According to the newly surfaced carrier price leak, the US version of the Galaxy S23 phones will not see a price hike. The official-looking spec sheet from Verizon states that the standard device will start at $799.99, S23 Plus will begin at $999.99, and the S23 Ultra will start at $1,1999.99.
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Now, all this pricing info reflects the original pricing of the S22 series. That means the US versions are unlikely to see a price hike.