We are just two days away from the official Galaxy S22 unveiling, but the information about the phone hasn’t stopped leaking. A new report reveals the pricing of the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra for the South Korean market.
According to ETNews, Samsung will start accepting pre-registrations for the Galaxy S22 series in South Korea from February 14. Pre-orders will begin on February 21, and the phone will start reaching customers on February 25. The report claims that the entry-level variant of the Galaxy S22 will come with a starting price tag of KRW 999,900 (around $833). The Galaxy S22+ will be priced at KRW 1,199,000 (around $999) for the 128GB version. The two phones will also come in 256GB versions, but their pricing hasn’t been revealed.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra will be priced at KRW 1,452,000 (around $1,210) for the 256GB variant and KRW 1,599,400 (around $1,333) for the 512GB variant. Confirming our exclusive report, ETNews says that Samsung will launch a 1TB version of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, but its pricing hasn’t been revealed.
Samsung has reportedly reserved 700,000 to 800,000 units of the Galaxy S22 series for its home market. It is being said that production cost has increased compared to the Galaxy S21 series due to the ongoing chip shortage. Still, the South Korean firm decided not to increase the price of its upcoming phones to strengthen its market presence.
The company is expecting higher sales compared to the Galaxy S21 series. It will probably offer lucrative pre-order deals and benefits with its upcoming high-end phones. Are you planning to upgrade to the Galaxy S22? Let us know in the comments section below.
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