There is good news for prospective purchasers anticipating the release of the Galaxy S23. Apparently, RAM and storage configuration specifications have been disclosed, and Samsung may discontinue 128GB models by 2023. Let’s discuss this latest rumour in greater detail.
Unfortunately, Samsung is not focusing on adding more RAM to any Galaxy S23 model
Ahmed Qwaider has revealed that the base variants of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra would ship with 256GB of internal storage. This practically suggests that the Korean behemoth will no longer sell 128GB models in the near future. This choice may have been made to give Samsung an advantage over Apple and Chinese rivals, who have surpassed the business by selling smartphones with greater functionality at a lower price.
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Galaxy S23 8Ram + 256G🔥
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— Ahmed Qwaider (@AhmedQwaider888) January 1, 2023
Upon opening the tweet, it appears that the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus will only be available in a single configuration with 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage. From a business standpoint, it reduces the strain on Samsung’s resources, as new configurations and colours will require the company to devote more resources to its supply chain in order to create these units.
In light of the economic downturn and Samsung’s declining smartphone sales, it makes sense for the company to cut costs as much as possible without compromising the quality of the product. We had hoped that Samsung would add more RAM to the less priced models, but the Galaxy S23 Ultra is rumoured to have 12GB of RAM in addition to 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB of storage. It is unknown whether some or all variants will include expandable storage, but we will keep you informed.
It is conceivable that Samsung was initially undecided on the Galaxy S23’s price since it was considering discontinuing 128GB storage variants. However, Roland Quandt on Twitter indicates that 128GB models exist, thus Samsung may continue selling them in certain places. We advise our readers to take this information with a grain of salt until Samsung Unpacked, which is expected to take place during the first week of February.