Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+ Are Ludicrously Priced, According to Popular Leakster


The design may or may not speak for itself, but the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are expected to come with major improvements over their predecessors while still maintaining their ultra-premium metal and glass chassis. This aluminum and glass combo is going to be further amplified by the Infinity Display, but how much could you actually pay for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+? Well, too much, according to the latest leakster.

Price Leak Reveals That the Galaxy S9 Will Start From $1,000 - Are Premium Phones Getting a Little Too Expensive?

Two new images shared by Evan Blass shows the amount of money you will have to pay to get your hands on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. In our latest rumor, it was detailed that both devices might not feature a 128GB storage model, which is going to be Samsung’s plan to force customers to pay more to gravitate to the larger storage variant.

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In any case, here is what you will have to pay to get your hands on either model, and we are assuming that this is going to be for the base storage version.

  • Galaxy S9: €841 ($1,036.99)
  • Galaxy S9+: €997 ($1,228.92)

Now, this might not be the price that consumers will be paying in the U.S., but there are a lot of features that could force carriers and Samsung to charge a hefty sum for just a compact computing machine. It is safe to say that we are seeing a world where flagships are getting accompanied by ridiculously high price tags.

If you want to know more about the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ be sure to check out our rumor roundup for more details about the two upcoming flagships.

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