Good news! Samsung Galaxy S23’s price might not change after all


So, the other day we broke some potentially bad news where it was suggested that the price of the Samsung Galaxy S23 could see a jump in price by around roughly $100. If you were a bit bummed by that piece of news, then we might have something that could cheer you up.

According to a post on Reddit, it has suggested that the price of the Galaxy S23 might not increase after all. The post shared a spec sheet from Verizon where it lists the base Galaxy S23 model at $799, which is pretty much the same price as last year’s model. The Galaxy S23+ was also priced at $999.99, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra is priced at $1,199.99.

All these prices are essentially the same as their Galaxy S22 counterparts, which is great news even though we wouldn’t exactly call it cheap either, but hey, at least there might not be a price increase which is good news, right?

Keep in mind that none of this can be confirmed right now. For all we know, these leaks could be wrong or they could be fake and that we might actually see a price jump. Like we said before though, a price jump wouldn’t really be too surprising given the current economy, inflation, the rising cost of components, logistics, and more, but hopefully Samsung will be trying their best to maintain the prices.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 series will be officially announced on the 1st of February, so we have a couple of weeks to go before we get our official confirmation.

Source: 9to5Google

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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