The Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra are rumored to be released for preorder on February 1, which would point to a likely release date on the market of Friday, February 17th.
Leaks and rumors have been filling in the blanks for a number of months now, despite the fact that Samsung is, as is their custom, keeping the Galaxy S23 lineup secret until the very last moment.
Fans of Samsung are eager to see if the company will maintain the same pricing for S23 lineup during these challenging times of persistent inflation or it would instead impose any sort of price increase. As per a report by Korean media Maekyung, Samsung would maintain the regular prices for its upcoming flagship line, despite the fact that the company must now run at a reduced profit.
Even though there would be a smaller profit margin, Samsung has decided not to raise the prices of its future flagship devices. The brand-new Galaxy S23 series will be equipped with a lot of high-priced components. For instance, the company will provide a variant of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 that is overclocked. In addition to that, the primary camera on the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be upgraded to 200 megapixels. These are some of the more important new features that will be coming. Also the S23 series will feature the latest Samsung AMOLED Display, along with modern LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. Not to be forgotten their is a possibility of a satellite communication network being included. That feature most definitely comes at a price. In spite of all of this, Samsung has decided to maintain the same price point for the phones as they did with the Samsung Galaxy S22 series.
Samsung’s operational profit will continue to decrease as a result of the rising cost of its components as well as the addition of new hardware that is more expensive. An increase in the price of the new Galaxy S23 series would be bad to the reputation of the company as a whole and would open the door to new opportunities for competitors. Customers are hesitant to spend their money on premium products in light of the current economic downturn.
How much will the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Cost?
When we consider the price of the Galaxy S22 series, we already have a good idea of how much the Galaxy S23 series will cost. There is a possibility that Samsung will sell the Galaxy S23 for $799, the Galaxy S23+ for $999, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra for $1,199. The report makes reference to the “usual” drop in price of Galaxy flagships. It would appear that the company may put a stop to these price drops in order to prevent future losses in their profit margin.