We are less than a month away from the unveiling of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. But, we do know how both the devices will look and what they will feature. However, we still do not know about the pricing until now. According to some reports, the Samsung Galaxy S9 might cost $140 more than the Galaxy S8 in Europe.
The price hike of Samsung Galaxy S9 is not a surprise at all. Because, it is what happening since many years and now almost every flagships from tier 1 brands fall closely to the $1000 mark. Except for some Chinese OEMs like OnePlus and Xiaomi who offer best value for budget smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Expected Price in Europe
According to reports, the smaller Galaxy S9 will cost around £789 ($1,114) in the European countries which is £100 more than the asking price of Galaxy S8 last year. Though the report didn’t say anything about the pricing of the larger Galaxy S9 Plus, it might as well cost higher than its predecessor at around £889 ($1,255). Thus, if you are from Europe and interested in buying the next big thing from Samsung, get ready to burn a hole in your pocket.
The Galaxy S9 duo will be unveiled beforehand MWC 2018 at Samsung’s Unboxed event on February 25th. Until then, let us know about your thoughts on the pricing in the comment section below.