Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Delayed By a Couple of Weeks 

Samsung galaxy S23 Series

Samsung is getting ready to release the Galaxy S23 flagship series, in the coming months. We have already seen so many leaks about the upcoming devices in the past few months.  

Samsung couldn’t finalize the pricing for Galaxy S23 series

What’s more, a more recent leak says that Samsung could postpone the launch of the flagship series by a few weeks. According to tipster @TheGalox_, Samsung has delayed the launch. Now, the series might release in mid-to-late February. The reason could be Samsung is still not able to decide on the final pricing structure of the series.  

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Pricing is one of the key factors that can decide the success of a particular device in the market, especially when it comes to premium devices like the S23 series. For now, it appears as if Samsung needs more time to read the market correctly. The company wants to find the right price by taking everything into account, including competition, economy, supply and demand, and some other factors. 

Nevertheless, the delay is not that long if it really is two weeks. If we have to talk about its predecessor for comparison purposes, the Galaxy S22 series was released on Feb 9th and went on sale on Feb 25th, 2022. In 2023, the S23 line was initially expected to be released in the first week of Feb and started selling from Feb 17th.  

Anyways, nothing is official as of now. Samsung is yet to confirm any release date for Galaxy S23 series smartphones. The series includes three models- Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra. Samsung might announce the in the few weeks considering the purported timeframe of the launch, but that’s again a guess.  

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