Samsung Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra price leaked for Europe


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Samsung has started polishing its upcoming Galaxy S23 series. The company has already officially announced its launch date. As usual, the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra will make their way to selected countries including Europe.

The South Korean giant may keep the same prices as their predecessors for these upcoming Galaxy flagships in the US market, but not elsewhere. According to a past rumor from Australia aware that the upcoming price hikes for the first time and newly leaked prices for these Galaxy S23 models will be more expensive basically in European countries.

This means that in the cheapest Eurozone countries (due to different VAT levels), such as Germany and the Benelux, you should pay €949 for the base model Galaxy S23 and €1,399 for the base model Galaxy S23 Ultra with 8GB of RAM Euro and 256GB of storage.

The Galaxy S23+ with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage is likely to be priced at €1,199, although the leak doesn’t specifically mention that market.


While in Spain, the tweet embedded above has a full-price breakdown for all variants and models of the Galaxy S23 series. Nuances have persisted with Germany and the Benelux, most likely related to Spain’s higher VAT.


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