One of the questions we always ask about Samsung’s Galaxy S23 lineup is when exactly we’re going to be able to see it – and the latest rumors confirmed a reveal date a little later than we expected, would not. -what a week or two.
According to veteran insider @TheGalox_, Samsung is planning a launch of the Galaxy S23 smartphones between mid-February and the end of Februaryan internal debate over the price of smartphones that led to the report of the date.
Released mid-February for the S23 series
Deciding on a price for the devices delays this release. If it were up to me, $799, $899, and $1199 would be the prices. pic.twitter.com/bYzNW9HAd9
— Antoine (@TheGalox_) December 16, 2022
We’ve previously heard rumors from multiple sources that the Galaxy S23 lineup will show up in the first week of February, but now it looks like we might be waiting until later in the month to see these smartphones pushed further into the world.
The point about the price dilemma is interesting. Samsung is going to want to make a big profit without discouraging potential buyersand it seems that the company has not yet decided on the price it will ask for these smartphones.
The same informant who indicates that the smartphones are represented by prices of $799, $899 and $1,199 for the three devices in the Galaxy S23 line, but this is more speculation than anything else. We will have the heart net within a few months.
From what we’ve heard about the Samsung Galaxy S23 series so far, it doesn’t look like these phones are going to make much of a leap forward from their predecessors, with many of the same components from the 2022 phones being used. in 2023 releases. It’s not hard to see why, given the tough economic situation we find ourselves in. Most people’s budgets are tight, the effects of the pandemic are still being felt in supply chains, and the cost of materials keeps rising.
In this context, Samsung will have to work hard to avoid the price of Galaxy 23 smartphones being higher than that of the Galaxy S22s that have associated them. Some compromises will have to be made for this to be the case.
But as this new leak shows, the company is keen not to overcharge consumers, especially given stiff competition from Apple, Google and others. If the price is too high, people will simply turn to more affordable options.