The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, S22+, S22 may be priced the same as the Galaxy S21 series
The Galaxy S22 series has been officially confirmed to debut on February 9. Specs, features, and renders of the trio have all leaked in full recently but pricing details—at least for the US market—appear to still be in debate. Previous information indicated that the Galaxy S22 series could cost US$100 more than the S21 equivalents, but that may not be set in stone.
According to leaker @TheGalox_, Samsung will actually price the Galaxy S22 series the exact same as the Galaxy S21 lineup. That means US$799, US$999, and US$1199 MSRPs for the Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra respectively. Supposedly, all three phones will come with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. That last bit is corroborated by reliable leaker Roland Quandt as well.
This information should be taken with a pinch of salt, as most other leaks claim a price bump is in store. That said, it's not the first time leaked pricing has turned out to be inflated. The Galaxy S21 Ultra debuted with 12 GB of RAM as standard as well, so it would be a bit weird for Samsung to both reduce standard memory on the Galaxy S22 Ultra and also increase prices. Time will tell either way.
Galaxy S22 series:— Anthony (@TheGalox_) January 27, 2022
$799 | $999 | $1199
Tab S8 series:
$649 | $849 | $1049 or $699 | $899 | $1099
Everything comes with 8/128gb in the base model (US) pic.twitter.com/TaSFHt4KdA