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These could be Samsung’s final US Galaxy S22 5G and Tab S8 series prices

Yes, we are still at least a month away from Commercial Edition for Ultra High-end Smartphones Samsung fans are eagerly awaiting, and no, the world’s largest phone seller hasn’t confirmed the rumored date for the upcoming big Unpacked event yet.

Interestingly, the recent pricing speculation for the S22 series also comes with similar US predictions for the long-awaited The Galaxy Tab S8 lineup, which may or may not be revealed early next month as well.

All three S22 models will cost more than their predecessors

Before putting the numbers in context and comparing them with some of the competitors, let’s highlight what exactly is expected of 5G technology. Galaxy S22 family in the US:
  • S22 – $899
  • S22 Plus – $1,099
  • S22 Ultra – $1,299
Now let’s begin our quick analysis by addressing the giant elephant in the proverbial room. Yes, that’s $100 more across the board than Samsung originally charged for the S21 5G series in the US. So, no, it doesn’t look like the future Only S22 Ultra buyers should expect to pay a premium, as many rumor mongers have previously predicted.

Instead, the “regular” Galaxy S22 and S22+ are now likely to add $100 to the recommended prices for the S21 and S21+, respectively. We’re obviously talking about entry-level configurations here, and if recent rumors prove to be accurate, the S22 and S22 Plus will both start with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, just like their predecessors.

Meanwhile, the $1,299 S22 Ultra 5G will likely be paired with a whopping 12GB of memory with 256GB of local digital storage, which (at least in part) justifies that hard-to-swallow tag. a The built-in S Pen included at no additional cost can also help seal the deal, especially for Nostalgia for the Galaxy Note series, but that makes the intentions of the Samsung S22 and S22+ more difficult to understand and justify.
At $899, the 6.1-inch Galaxy S22 5G or so will be $100 more expensive than the Apple iPhone 13 5G 6.1-inch and only $100 less than the iPhone 13 Pro, which doesn’t seem like a very convenient situation for Samsung. In the meantime, the S22+ and S22 Ultra could surpass the starting prices of the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max respectively, creating the perfect environment for Apple to continue to thrive and Breaking records.

It’s no surprise that the Galaxy Tab S8 series is also expensive

While the exact Tab S8, S8+, and S8 Ultra numbers are only expected to be revealed “soon,” the things we already know about the impending trio of ultra-high-end Android tablets… aren’t particularly encouraging.

Namely, the base model is currently expected to start at “less than $850,” but if that specific number is mentioned, we have to assume that MSRP won’t end much less than…$850. Our guess is that the Galaxy Tab S8 will run around $800 in the entry-level variant, which doesn’t compare very favorably with the $650 and up Tab S7.

Likewise, the $850 starting price of its predecessor is expected to increase the price of the Tab S8+ to between $900 and $1,000, and the all-new Tab S8 Ultra will likely set you back at least $1,100 when it goes on sale in the US.

Keep in mind that all three of these high-end tablets, pretty much guaranteed to pack the same modern Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor as the Galaxy S22 lineup, should also come in 5G-enabled variants, but given the aforementioned Wi-Fi-only pricing, we’d prefer Not thinking about the cost of the optional connection.

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