On January 17, Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra with a similar design but improved chipset performance.

According to the latest report from the Netherlands, the S24 and S24+ will be slightly cheaper. Furthermore, an allegedly leaked specs sheet suggests that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 will only be available in the US and Canada, while Exynos 2400 will be available in all other markets.

On the pricing front, the Galaxy S24 and S24+ might be a little cheaper at launch than the Galaxy S23, but the Ultra will remain relatively the same. Depending on currency exchange rates, local regulations, and sales campaigns, there could be slight differences between EU countries.

Samsung’s Galaxy S24 with 128GB storage costs €899 (Rs.83,000/-), while the 256GB model costs €959 (Rs.88,500/-). The Galaxy S24+ with 256GB starts at €1149 (Rs.1,06,015/-), and the variant with 512GB costs €1269 (Rs.1,17,100/-). The S23 128GB retailed for €949 last year, while the S23+ was priced at €1199.

As we see with the Ultra, the development is in the opposite direction. The Galaxy S24 Ultra with 256GB will cost €1449 (Rs.1,33,700/-), according to the same information. At the beginning of 2023, the S23 Ultra with 256GB was recommended for €1399. There is 12GB of RAM on board as standard on this year’s S24 Ultra.

You will soon have to pay €1569 (Rs.1,44,900/-) for S24 Ultra with 512GB. It cost €1,579 at the beginning of 2023 for the S23 Ultra with 512GB. The models cost about the same when they have the same amount of RAM. Lastly, the 12GB+1TB at €1809 (Rs.1,67,000/-).