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Leaked document shows Samsung isn’t increasing Galaxy S23 price in the US



Recently, it was accounted for that Samsung could send off the Galaxy S23 series at greater costs than the Galaxy S22 series in certain business sectors. In any case, a recently spilled report from an organization transporter in the US has uncovered that Samsung will stick to the $800 beginning cost with the Galaxy S23 series.


A Galaxy S23 series limited time flyer from Verizon was posted on Reddit (spotted by 9To5Google) a couple of hours prior. It uncovers all the data about the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra, including their highlights features, pricing, announcement date, pre-launch date. The Galaxy S23 series will be declared on February 1, 2023, and will go on pre-order that very day. The phones will be launched on 17 February 2023.


Galaxy S23's cost begins at $799.99 in the US

The Galaxy S23 begins at $799.99, while the Galaxy S23+ will have a beginning full retail cost of $999.99. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will be sold with a price tag of $1,199.99. Besides, Samsung could offer free storage updates for all pre-orders. In this way, assuming you pay for the 128GB rendition of the phone, you will get the 256GB variation at no additional expense.


Pre-save Galaxy S23 now to get a $100 in-store credit

Obviously, there will be transporter contract choices, as well, beginning at $22.22/month for the base Galaxy S23 and going as high as $33.33/month for the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Each of the four phones will be available in four colours: Cream, Green, Lavender, and Phantom Dark.



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