The US pricing of the Galaxy S23 series has leaked via an alleged internal Verizon document. The leaked information was posted on Reddit and spotted by 9to5Google. The document suggests that the new flagships won’t get more expensive this year. At least not in the US.
It seems the vanilla Galaxy S23 will still cost $799.99 in the US. The Galaxy S23 Plus should come in at $999.99. The S23 Ultra would again be at the top end with a $1,199.99 price point. These prices are the same as the Galaxy S22 series when it launched last year.
The leaked pricing is definitely good news for prospective Galaxy S23 buyers in the US. A recent report outed the Australian prices of the phones, suggesting a potential price hike in the US. Thankfully, that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Other than revealing the US pricing for the Galaxy S23 series, the leaked carrier information also more or less confirms the specs of the phones.
The base vanilla Galaxy S23 is the only phone in the new line with base 128GB storage, while the Galaxy S23 Plus and S23 Ultra start with a minimum of 256GB storage. 12GB RAM is only allotted to the S23 Ultra, while the Plus and standard models stick to 8GB RAM.
Camera and color variant details are also visible in the image and match previously leaked information.
Moreover, we get a complete picture of Samsung’s release schedule for the Galaxy S23 series. It looks like the phones will be available on sale starting February 17 after pre-orders begin on February 1, the official announcement date.
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