Samsung will launch the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra next week, and the devices will go on pre-order on the same day. It was revealed that Galaxy S23 series devices would cost more than their predecessors in most markets, including Australia, Europe, and South Korea, and it has been confirmed by today’s leak.
The pricing for the Galaxy S23 series has been leaked by tipster Roland Quandt. If this information is correct, the Galaxy S23’s 8GB RAM + 128GB storage will cost €949, while the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage version will be priced at €1,009. The Galaxy S23+ will be available in 256GB and 512GB versions and will cost €1,199 and €1,399, respectively.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra will come in two versions: 8GB RAM + 256GB storage and 12GB RAM + 512GB storage. The 256GB version will reportedly have a price tag of €1,399, while the 512GB version will cost €1,579. Going by this leaked information, the Galaxy S23 series will be €100 pricier than its predecessor. However, some storage versions of these devices will be even more costly.
Samsung will compensate for this increased pricing by offering a free storage upgrade with pre-orders in Germany (and most markets worldwide). If you pay for the 128GB version of a Galaxy S23 series phone during the pre-order period, you will get the 256GB version of the device at no additional cost.
- Galaxy S23 8GB+128GB: €949
- Galaxy S23 8GB+256GB: €1,009
- Galaxy S23+ 8GB+256GB: €1,199
- Galaxy S23+ 8GB+512GB: €1,319
Galaxy S23 Ultra
- Galaxy S23 Ultra 8GB+256GB: €1,399
- Galaxy S23 Ultra 12GB+512GB: €1,579