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The entry-level Samsung Galaxy S23 will cost $799 for the 8GB RAM/128GB storage model. The 8GB RAM/256GB storage model will cost $849, which is $50 less than the Galaxy S22’s starting pricing. The entry-level Galaxy S23 will not support Wi-Fi 7, which will only be available on the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra, so users have to keep that in mind. Both Wi-Fi 6 and UWB (ultra-wideband) technology will be supported by all three versions.
Both the 8GB RAM/128GB storage and the 8GB RAM/256GB storage versions of the Galaxy S23+ will cost $999 and $1,049, respectively. The price of the 512GB storage capacity variant is not available yet. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will cost the most out of the series, with prices starting at $1,249 for a model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The top-of-the-line 12GB RAM/1TB storage variant will cost $1,499, while the 12GB RAM/512GB storage variant will cost $1,349. This price will be quite good compared to all the other flagship smartphones.
It’s important to keep in mind that this pricing is provisional and may change as time gets closer to the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1. For pre-orders of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra on Samsung’s website, a $50 discount is also being offered. Although the value offered for these smartphones, even high-end ones, varies substantially by location, the price can also be reduced even further thanks to Samsung’s exchange program.
With the entry-level Galaxy S23 starting at a relatively inexpensive $799 and the fully equipped Galaxy S23 Ultra going up to $1,499, the Galaxy S23 series appears to be a good choice for a variety of budgets. We will have to wait and watch if these leaks turn out to be reliable, given that the release date is rapidly approaching.