One of the most highly-anticipated smartphone releases of the year is the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. It looks like the upcoming devices will be more affordable than previously thought, based on the latest leak from Twitter leaker RGCloudS.

The entry-level Galaxy S23 will start at $799 (Rs.65,000/-) for the 8GB RAM/128GB storage model. $849 (Rs.69,100/-) will be the starting price of the 8GB/256GB storage variant, which is $50 less than that of the Galaxy S22. It is important to note that the Galaxy S23 won’t support Wi-Fi 7, which will only be available on the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra. The three models will all support Wi-Fi 6 and UWB (ultra-wideband).

Prices for the Galaxy S23+ will be $999 (Rs.81,300/-) for 8GB RAM/128GB storage and $1,049 (Rs.85,300/-) for 8GB RAM/256GB storage. This leak doesn’t mention the 512GB storage variant, despite previous rumors.

Starting at $1,249 (Rs.1,01,600/-) for the 8GB RAM/256GB storage variant, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the most expensive of the bunch. It will cost $1,349 (Rs.1,09,700/-) for the 12GB RAM/512GB storage variant, and $1,499 (Rs.1,22,000/-) for the 12GB RAM/1TB storage variant. Shipments of the 1TB storage variant and colorways exclusive to Samsung’s store may be delayed by up to six weeks, according to RGClouds.

These prices are tentative and may change closer to the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1. The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are also available for pre-order on Samsung’s website for $50 off. Samsung’s exchange program can also further lower the price, though the value offered for smartphones, even high-end ones, varies greatly by location.