Samsung is no doubt getting set for the launch of its first flagship smartphones of 2022. As the launch of the Galaxy S22 series draws closer, more leaks of the phones are also coming out. The latest leak is the price of the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra in South Korea.
A new report from ETNews said that starting from February 14, Samsung will start accepting pre-registrations for the Galaxy S22 series in South Korea. Pre-orders for the devices is expected start in South Korea on February 21 and the phones will be in store on February 25.
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Price of the Galaxy S22 Series in South Korea
|Galaxy S22||KRW 999,900 (about $833)|
|Galaxy S22+||KRW 1,199,000 (about $999)|
|Galaxy S22 Ultra||KRW 1,452,000 (about $1,210)|
According to the report, the starting price of the Galaxy S22 is KRW 999,900 (about $833). While the starting price of the Galaxy S22+ is KRW 1,199,000 (about $999) for the 128GB version. Both phones will also come on 256GB versions but no known price for those yet.
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The starting price of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra in South Korea is KRW 1,452,000 (about $1,210) for the 256GB variant and KRW 1,599,400 (about $1,333) for the 512GB variant. According to ETNews, Samsung will also launch a 1TB version of the Galaxy S22 Ultra (price not known yet).
Rumor has it that Samsung will keep about 800,000 units of the Galaxy S22 for sale in South Korea. Going by the prices, the Galaxy S22 series are priced similarly to the previously released Samsung Galaxy S21 Series.
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This is one of the reasons why the company is expecting more sales compared to the Galaxy S21 series. Also, there will be mouthwatering pre-order deals and benefits when the phone becomes available. Will you be getting a Galaxy S22 phone? Do you have plans to upgrade? Tell us via the comment section below.