There is positive news for potential buyers who are looking forward to the launch of the Galaxy S23. Apparently, RAM and internal storage configuration details have been shared, and Samsung may be doing 128GB versions in 2023. Let’s talk more about this latest rumor in more depth.
Unfortunately, Samsung is not focused on adding more RAM to any Galaxy S23 model
The new information shared by Ahmed Koueider indicates that the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra phones will ship with an internal storage capacity of 256 GB for their basic models. This effectively means that the Korean giant is done selling 128GB variants for the foreseeable future. This decision may have been made to give Samsung an edge against its Apple and Chinese competitors, who have bypassed the company by offering smartphones with more features at a lower price.
However, if you open the tweet, it appears that the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus will only be offered in one configuration; 8 GB RAM and 256 GB internal memory. From a business perspective, it puts less strain on Samsung’s resources, as more configurations in additional colors will mean that the company will commit more resources to its supply chain to manufacture these units.
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Galaxy S23 8Ram + 256G 🔥
Galaxy S23 + 8 RAM + 256 GB 🔥
Galaxy S23 Ultra 12R + 256G + 512G + 1T
– Ahmed Qwaider (@ AhmedQwaider888) January 1, 2023
Since there is an economic slowdown and Samsung has seen a decline in the demand for smartphones, it makes sense to cut expenses as much as possible without ruining the product. While we had hoped Samsung would add more RAM to the less expensive versions, that extra RAM count is reserved for the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is said to have 12GB of memory, along with 256GB of internal storage versions. And 512 GB, and 1 TB. It’s not clear if any or all of the models will have expandable storage, but we’ll update our readers.
It’s possible that Samsung was previously hesitant about pricing the Galaxy S23 because it was considering phasing out 128GB storage models. However, Roland Quandt on Twitter mentions this 128GB versions exist, so Samsung may have a plan to continue selling those products in some regions. For now, we recommend our readers to treat this information with a pinch of salt and wait for Samsung Unpacked, which is expected to take place in the first week of February.
news source: Ahmed Qweider