Samsung plans to unveil the highly anticipated Galaxy S23 series on February 1st. Still, thanks to numerous leaks, we already know the phone. Falling Galaxy S23 Series prices have now put the icing on the cake, which is predictable.
Galaxy S23 Series: Details
The US prices of the Galaxy S23 series has been leaked from Verizon data via Reddit. This information does not go directly to the Galaxy S23 but to the codename diamond. DM1 (Galaxy S23), DM2 (Galaxy S23+), DM3 (Galaxy S23 Ultra).
The DM1 (Galaxy S23) would start at $799 (₹64,800), the DM2 (Galaxy S23+) at $999 (₹81,000), and the DM3 (Galaxy S23 Ultra) would begin at $1,199 (₹97,200). If it’s real, it’s no surprise that the price is similar to the Galaxy S22 series.
The phone S23 should come in two RAM + storage: 8GB + 256GB and 8GB + 512GB. Color options are also mentioned. The Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra are reportedly available in Phantom Black, Cream, Lavender, and Green colors.
As for specs, we already know that the S23 series is powered by a slightly updated Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. According to the previously leaked spec sheet, the Galaxy S23 will have a 6.1-inch 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED display, three rear cameras (50MP, 12MP, 10MP), a 10MP front camera, and a 3-speed battery. 900 mAh with 25W of high speed. Support, in-screen fingerprint scanner, One UI 5.0 powered by Android 13, and more.
A more prominent 6.6-inch 120Hz display and a 4,700mAh battery with 45W fast charging are anticipated for the Galaxy S23+. The remaining specifications are likely to be the same. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will likely have a larger 6.7-inch display, a 200MP quad rear camera with 100x zoom, S Pen support, and a 5,000mAh battery with 45W fast charging.
The design should be similar to the S22 range, but we can see the departure from the contour cut design. It remains to be seen whether everything will be true, and we will have to wait for Galaxy Unpacked to take place on February 1st. Stay tuned for event coverage, and share your thoughts on the leaked Galaxy S23 prices in the comments below.