Samsung Galaxy S23 series prices revealed, higher than previous models.
Samsung’s new Galaxy S23 series of smartphones will be more expensive than their predecessors, with the base model starting at 959 Euros (4,795 lei) for the 8+128 GB variant and going up to 1,589 Euros (7,945 lei) for the Ultra 12+256 GB variant. This increase in price is thought to be due to Samsung’s strategy of ‘upselling’, in which the base model is made less desirable by limiting its internal storage to 128 GB. Prices in lei have been adjusted from euro at a rate of 5 lei to one euro, and prices may vary in different regions.
The Galaxy S22 models started at a price of 4,199 lei for the 128 GB variant and 4,449 lei for the 256 GB variant of the base model at pre-order, which included a pair of Galaxy Buds Pro as a gift. This suggests that the S23 models will be around 100 euros more expensive than the S22 models.
The S23 series is expected to be released in the coming months, and will likely offer a range of features and improvements over the S22 range. This includes a redesigned camera system with triple rear cameras, a larger 6.2-inch display, and 5G connectivity. The S23 series is expected to be powered by the latest Snapdragon 888 processor and will come with a range of new software features.
Samsung’s S23 series of smartphones will be more expensive than their predecessors, but they will also offer a range of new features and improvements. With the S23 series expected to be released in the coming months, consumers will soon have the opportunity to experience the latest in Samsung’s flagship smartphone range.