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Prepare the wallet! Samsung Galaxy S23 prices revealed in Europe

Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra on February 1st. But by this time, there are already a few more secrets to discover from smartphones.

A few days ago, the first indications appeared that the Galaxy S23 will arrive at higher prices compared to the previous generation. Something that wouldn’t be surprising, given inflation and the fact that competitors have chosen the same strategy.

Now the reputation dropout Roland Quandt reveals the alleged prices of the terminals for Europe. It appears that the base models of the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 + will be €100 more expensive than the previous generation. In the case of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the increase will amount to 150 euros.

Samsung Galaxy S23 starts at €959 in Spain

The source says that according to the Spanish retailer, the Galaxy S23 should start at €959 for the basic 8/128GB version.

S23 pricing from a Spanish retailer: S23 8/128 959 EuroS23 8/256 1019 EuroS23 + 8/256 1209 EuroS23 + 8/512 1329 EuroS23 Ultra 8/256 1409 EuroS23 Ultra 12/512 1589 Euro

– Roland Quandt (@rquandt) January 24, 2023

In the case of the Galaxy S23 +, the price will start at 1,209 euros. But remember, the base model for this model jumps to 8/256 GB in the base version.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra starts at €1,409 in the neighboring country

The Galaxy S23 Ultra should also start at 8/256 GB. But this version will have, at least in Spain, a basic cost of 1409 euros for consumers.

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As the source mentions, as usual, the cost in each country depends on the tax burden applicable to these products. In countries such as Germany, Belgium or Luxembourg, it may cost 10 euros less than the prices shown above.

In Portugal, it may cost the same, or even a little more than in Spain. In any case, these prices will indeed be a good reference for what we can expect on February 1st.

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