Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy S23 series of smartphones on February 1, 2023. According to multiple reports, the three devices in the lineup – Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra – will be more expensive than their predecessors. The Galaxy S23 price for Germany, which was leaked last week, confirmed this information. Now, Galaxy S23 prices for the Czech Republic have also leaked, confirming that the Galaxy S23 will be more expensive than the Galaxy S22.
Smarty, a consumer electronics retailer in the Czech Republic, has created a special page for Galaxy S23 series phones. This page mentions all the specifications of the S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra as well as their prices and launch offers. According to the retailer, the base Galaxy S23 Ultra variant, which has 8GB RAM + 256GB storage, will cost CZK 34,999 (about $1,599) in the country. That’s a CZK 509 markup over the Galaxy S22 Ultra 12GB + 256GB.
Even the trade-in bonus on the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be lower than last year’s model. When Samsung launched the Galaxy S22 Ultra in the country, it offered a CZK 5,000 trade-in value on the device as an introductory offer. On the Galaxy S23 Ultra, however, Samsung will offer a trade-in bonus of 3,000 CZK (around $137). So not only will you pay more money for the Galaxy S23 compared to the Galaxy S22, but you will also receive fewer offers.
Fortunately, all is not terrible. According to the retailer, people who pre-book the Galaxy S23 Ultra will receive the device’s 12GB RAM + 512GB storage variant (which will be priced at CZK 39,499) for the same price as the base variant. . However, this offer will only be valid until February 16, 2023. So if you plan to get the Galaxy S23 Ultra in the Czech Republic, better pre-book it or at least buy it before February 16 to avoid pay the supplement. money.
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