Samsung Galaxy S23 series pre-orders in France were double those of the S22 series
The Galaxy S23 series broke pre-order records in India and South Korea, now Samsung has revealed that the new flagships are a hit in France as well. During the period February 2-16 Samsung.com and participating retailers in France saw nearly double the number of pre-orders than they got for the Galaxy S22 series last year.
Samsung once again reports that 60% of buyers chose the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which seems to be the global average (this matches the report from Korea). If you haven’t made up your mind yet (even after reading our reviews), you can visit the shiny new Samsung Galaxy Experience space in Paris La Défense that opened earlier this month. The 200m²/2,150ft² space lets you get some hands on time with the Galaxy S23 trio, the Galaxy Book3 laptops and other Samsung gadgets.
Anyway, about one in three people (35%) that got an S23 Ultra chose one of the exclusive colors available on Samsung.com: Graphite, Lime, Sky Blue and Red. The Galaxy S23 and S23+ only have Graphite and Lime on top of the four standard colorways. 26% of Galaxy S23+ buyers chose one of the two exclusive colors.
If you haven’t gotten your S23 yet, you missed the pre-order perks. But you didn’t miss all the promo deals – if you get a Galaxy S23 or S23+ by March 31, you can get a €100 discount on Galaxy smart gadgets and eligible accessories. If you go for the S23 Ultra, the discount goes up to €150. This offer is valid for France and Monaco. There’s more, you will find more details here.
Source (in French)
- 27 Feb 2023
The S22U Exynos is able to give more than 8 hours of SoT, check if the battery is working fine or a update that can improve the battery.
- 24 Feb 2023
A crippled beast when in use. That use a lot of power, hence the poor battery life. I know it, I have a S22U alongside a old Note10+ and now a S23U that I can cap to 85% and still do my day, have more than 30% left ... Something that wasn't poss...
- 24 Feb 2023
Exynos still excellent is a beast too, and more in Europe.