The Samsung S23 Ultra is one of the most powerful smartphones available on the market today, boasting impressive specs such as an 8-core processor, 6GB RAM, 128GB storage capacity and a 6.7 inch display.
This flagship device has been highly sought after by consumers looking to get their hands on some cutting edge technology without breaking their budget. But how does its price compare between two neighboring countries – Bangladesh and Pakistan?
Let’s take a closer look at what each country has to offer with regards to pricing for this premium phone model from Samsung.
In Bangladesh, you can purchase your own brand new unlocked version of the Samsung S23 Ultra for around BDT 82000 (approximately USD 945). This makes it slightly more expensive than other models in its class but still within reachable limits considering all that it offers in terms of features and performance capabilities compared with other devices at similar prices points or even higher ones! Additionally, those who are looking into buying second hand versions may be able to find them at lower rates since there is always demand among buyers wanting high end phones without paying full retail price tags associated with them when purchased directly from authorized retailers or carriers like Grameenphone or Banglalink etc..
In contrast over in Pakistan you will find that same exact model selling anywhere from PKR 100000 up depending upon where exactly you make your purchase (which could be either through official channels like Ufone stores/outlets across major cities nationwide OR via online ecommerce sites offering discounted deals). Compared side by side then we see that Pakistani customers are getting much better value out here given how much cheaper these phones become when bought locally versus having imported directly into their respective countries – making it an attractive option indeed if cost savings matters most above anything else while shopping around online/offline markets alike!.