Samsung is about to unveil the next generation of its Galaxy S23 series flagship phones, and we’ve heard a lot about them in the past few months thanks to leaks.
Now, as the release of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series of smartphones gets closer, a new report claims that the flagship smartphones could be delayed by a few weeks.
According to a new report from Twitter tipster @TheGalox_, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup has been delayed and is now expected to come out in mid-to-late February. This is because the South Korean company has not been able to decide on the final pricing structure for the devices.
Pricing is a big part of how well smartphones, especially high-end ones like the Galaxy S23 series, perform on the market. It looks like Samsung needs more time to figure out how to read the market in terms of competition, the economy, supply and demand, and other factors in order to set the right price.
The report says that there will be a delay of about two weeks before these smartphones are launched. The Galaxy S22 family series was announced on February 9, and it went on sale on February 25. This year, the S23 lineup was supposed to be announced in the first week of February and go on sale on February 17.
Samsung hasn’t said when the Galaxy S23 series of phones, which will include the Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23 Plus, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra, will come out. As the launch date gets closer, we expect the world’s largest smartphone maker to announce the date for the next Galaxy Unpacked event in a few weeks.