The Samsung Galaxy S23 could be launched much later than expected and this could also give users more time to save up in regards to getting their hands on the device.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Could Be Launched Later Than Expected
One of the many questions that we are still asking about the Samsung Galaxy S23 device is when exactly are we going to be seeing our eyes on it. And in that regard, the latest we have heard from the rumor mill is suggesting a reveal date that is rather later than what we are expecting, if only by a week or two.
According to @TheGalox_ a seasoned tipster, Samsung is planning on a mid to late-February launch for the phones with an internal debate over how the devices should be priced the main reason why the date has been pushed back.
The Galaxy S23 Range Would Be Showing Up In the First Week of February According To Reports
Previously, we have heard reports from various sources that the Galaxy S23 range would be showing up in the first week of February, but it however now appears that we could be waiting until very much later in the month to see these devices and phones officially unveiled to the public.
The main point about the pricing dilemma is quite an interesting one as Samsung will want to make a healthy profit without having to put off potential buyers, and it now looks like the company on the front has not yet decided or made up its mind.
How Much Will the Device Cost
Going back to the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, those devices started things at $799 / £769 / AU$1,249 (standard), $999 / £949 / AU$1,549 (Plus), and $1,199 / £1,149 / AU$1,849 (Ultra), which ultimately gives us some insight into what to expect from the new range for 2023.
The same tipster who says that the phones are being delayed suggests the price points of $799, $899, and $1,199 for the three devices in the Galaxy S23 line, but that’s however more of just mere speculation than anything concrete. We will get to find out for sure in the coming months though.