Samsung has managed to create quite a buzz for its next flagship series. We’ve seen all sorts of leaks, rumors, dummies, renders, high-resolution images of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra throughout the last few months, and if recent rumors are correct, these phones will be launched at the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1st.
A new report is giving us some fresh insight on how much these much awaited handsets will cost you. An online tipster going by Connor@OreXda spotted the prices, which are allegedly originated from Korea’s SKTelecom.
Galaxy S22 rumored Korea prices
- Galaxy S22: 1,199,000 won (~US$932)
- Galaxy S22: 1,397,000 won (~US$1,094)
- Galaxy S22 Ultra: 1,599,400 won (~US$1,253)
Based on the aformentioned price list, The Galaxy S23 price tags are rumored to go between 10% and almost 20% higher than their predecessors. To recall, Samsung Korea launched the Galaxy S22 for 999,900 won ($799 in the US), the Galaxy S22+ for 1,199,000 won ($999 in the US) and the top-tier Galaxy S22 Ultra for 1,452,000 won ($1,199 in the US).
[Rumor]— Connor / 코너 / コナー (@OreXda) January 5, 2023
Galaxy S23 Series Price from Korea.
Source from SKTelecom.
S23 : 1,199,000won ($933)
S23+ : 1,397,000won ($1096)
S23 Ultra : 1,599,400won ($1253) pic.twitter.com/khjsGpbRPg
It’s worth mentioning that Samsung might be considering to come with $100 price bump for the Galaxy S23 model over their predecessors. So, we guess the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra could go for sale, priced at US$899, US$1,099, and US$1,299, respectively. If the forthcoming Galaxy flagship does get a price hike, you’d have to hope the Korean tech giant also gets plenty of new features to help justify it.
The source has marked the mentioning tweet with “rumor,” so we advise you to take this rumored price info with a pinch of salt, and stick around for more updates regarding this matter.