Vote now: Have you already reserved a Galaxy S23?

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Vote now: Have you already reserved a Galaxy S23?
It’s official! The Galaxy S23 family now has an announcement date, and it’s February 1st. Not only that, but Samsung has decided to open Pandora's pre-order reservation box and let the most eager and impatient fans secure their next flagship.

Galaxy S23 Ultra: just $399.99 with trade-in at

You can get up to $800 enhanced trade-in credit for a new Galaxy S23 Ultra at when you trade in your old phone. This is a fully unlocked version of the phone.
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Galaxy S23+: get up to $600 trade-in credit at Samsung

You can now get the Galaxy S23+ with up to $600 in trade-in discount from Samsung. The deal applies to the fully unlocked version of the phone.
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Just $199.99 for a new Galaxy S23 at

Don't miss out on this chance to get the vanilla Galaxy S23 for just $199.99 at To get up to the smashing $600 off, you need to trade in an older phone.
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Samsung being Samsung, also decided to give a nice little bonus to all loyal customers in the form of a $50-$100 Samsung Store credit discount with each reservation. That’s also stackable with all the official deals that will go live when the phones arrive at Samsung’s store, such as free Galaxy Buds, trade-in deals, etc.

With all that being said, we still don’t have the official prices for the three models we expect to be announced next month. There are some rumors flying around, more specifically - $799 for the vanilla Galaxy S23, $999 for the Plus model, and $1199 for the Ultra, which is not surprising and kinda expected.

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According to our latest poll, a solid 34% of you guys are really excited about the upcoming flagship phones from Samsung, with another 29% being moderately excited. It seems that the hype level is pretty high, but have you already pulled the trigger and reserved a unit? That’s the ultimate testament to whether Samsung’s next series will be successful or not.

So, let’s count the Galaxy chickens and see what’s what. Samsung is expecting a pretty rough 2023, but a good performance by the S23 series could help the company push through and keep fighting its main “fruity” rival. Share your thoughts about the S23 series in the comments below.

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