- Three versions are anticipated to be part of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series.
- At the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event, the series is anticipated to debut.
- Earlier, the series’ prices in India and Europe were predicted.
Three models of the Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphone series are anticipated to be released at launch, all of which will be unveiled during the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1. A base Galaxy S23 model, a midrange Galaxy S23+ model, and a premium Galaxy S23 Ultra model are anticipated to make up the Galaxy S23 lineup. The forthcoming handsets have been the subject of numerous leaks and rumours in recent months. A new leak predicts the costs of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra in the US, after prior suggestions about the prices of the Galaxy S22 series successors in Europe and India.
On the AT&T website, the US price of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series was disclosed. According to the tweet, pre-orders for the forthcoming Samsung smartphones will open right after the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1 and they will go on sale in the US on February 17.
The base Samsung Galaxy S23 model is anticipated to cost $799 in US regions, according to the leak (roughly Rs. 65,300). According to earlier estimates, the vanilla model will cost Rs. 79,999 in India. According to a previous source, the 8GB+128GB version of the same device will cost EUR 959 (about Rs. 85,000) in some European regions.
The tweet further mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy S23+ will cost $999 (approximately Rs. 81,600) in the US, but that it will reportedly cost Rs. 89,999 in India. The 8GB+256GB Galaxy S23+ model is anticipated to cost EUR 1,209 in Europe (roughly Rs. 1,07,200).
According to the source, the high-end Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra would cost $1,199 (approximately Rs. 98,000) in the US, while the same model is anticipated to cost Rs. 1,14,999 in India. According to certain reports, it will cost EUR 1,409 in some European regions (roughly Rs. 1,25,000).
According to a more recent rumour, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is expected to include a 200-megapixel HP2 main sensor, will also have a 6.8-inch QHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, Gorilla Glass Victus 2 protection, and run the One UI 5.1 OS based on Android 13.
An earlier report hinted that a customised Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC would power the Galaxy S23 line of devices.