The Galaxy S23 series will make its official debut tomorrow in the Galaxy Unpacked Event 2023. For information, the event will be held on February 1st, 2023, in San Francisco. About this upcoming flagship, nearly every related detail- specs, pricing, colour choices, RAM & storage options, etc.- has already come to the fore, which you can find in our previous dedicated article just by tapping on them.
Let’s move our focus to the pricing (in Euro); it has been reported that the upcoming Galaxy S23 series will cost more than its predecessor, Galaxy S22. In particular, as per the previous reports, the base Galaxy S23 device will cost a total of €959 (128GB), the Galaxy S23+ will cost €1209 (256GB), and the top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra device will cost €1409 (256GB). However, their prices will reduce with time passing.
According to Idealo’s forecast, the Galaxy S23 devices’ pricings will be deducted after a couple of months of its official launch. Expectedly, the base Galaxy S23 model will see a 20% drop within five months, the Plus model will experience a greater fall of 24% in four months, and the top-notch Ultra model will see a 20% drop in its cost in four months. The figural information of reduced price is given below.
Notably, the base Galaxy S23 will cost below €800, the Galaxy S23+ will cost below €1000, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s price will be reduced by around €290. For information, Idealo has made this forecast by looking at the previous flagship series and their price graph, but it is still possible that the Galaxy S23’s price will not go in that way.
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