This year or within the first year of 2023, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series would release. There could be a Samsung Galaxy S23 series in the pipeline. According to reports, a Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) database recently had the entire lineup. These listings might suggest that Samsung is almost ready to reveal the Galaxy S22 lineup’s successor. As per reports, the Galaxy S23 series may make its debut in 2019 or at the beginning of 2023. Samsung’s upcoming flagship lineup is expected to feature the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, or Galaxy S23 Ultra.
A regular Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are then supposedly discovered on BIS, according to a MySmartPrice report. The model numbers for such Samsung smartphones are apparently SM-S911B/DS, SM-S916B, and SM-S918B/DS.
In related news, its Geekbench benchmarking database recently listed the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The SM-S918U model device is described with a chipset with the codename “Kalama,” which may be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
It has 8 GB of RAM & comes with pre-on Android 13. A Galaxy S23 Ultra scored 1,521 points on the test and 4,689 points on the multi-core test. Additionally, it was reported that both the base Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ have received 3C certification.
But with three unexplained cell phones with reference numbers SM-K741B/DS, SM-K746B/DS, and SM-K748B/DS, these Galaxy S23 series phones were listed. The availability of these models may be a sign that Samsung intends to revive the Galaxy K line.
The Galaxy K Zoom first was launched by the South Korean tech giant back in 2014. This smartphone included a 20.7-megapixel BSI CMOS main camera and a Xenon flash, making it a camera-focused device. It offered 10x optical zoom and optical image stabilization (OIS). Unfortunately, there are no specifics about these potential Galaxy K series devices in the BIS listing.