A Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, & Galaxy S23 Ultra are expected of Samsung. The date of the 2023 Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event has been confirmed officially. During the event, a South Korean giant is set to introduce its newest flagship Galaxy S23 series. Three models are rumored to be part of the lineup: the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, & Galaxy S23 Ultra. For the first time in three years, a live event will take place in person. A Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event will take place in San Francisco, and it will start on February 1 at 10.30 a.m. PST (11.30 p.m. IST).
On January 11, Samsung released an invitation to the Galaxy Unpacked 2023 celebration. In February, the event will begin at 11:30 IST and will be live-streamed on its website, Newsroom’s website, and YouTube Channel. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, this is the first Galaxy Unpacked event held in person. The day had previously been also mentioned in a few rumors.
On the occasion, a 2023 Galaxy S series smartphone to be known as the Galaxy S23 series—will be unveiled. The new Galaxy S series, according to the firm, “will be the pinnacle of how we define that ultimate premium experience. We are increasing the bar and establishing new standards for what is epic.
The standard Samsung Galaxy S23 model, and the Galaxy S23+ & Galaxy S23 Ultra versions, are expected to be part of a upcoming Samsung flagship lineup. The newest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC is anticipated to be the brains the behind upcoming smartphones.
For a very long time, information the about Galaxy S23 series is being leaked. A Galaxy S23 & Galaxy S23+ are anticipated to have a triple rear camera arrangement, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra may have a quad rear camera setup with a 200 megapixel main sensor as its focal point. While the Galaxy S23 Ultra is rumoured to feature 12GB of RAM & 256GB, 512GB, & 1TB storage options, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ are expected to have 8GB of RAM & 256GB internal storage variants. According to reports, other new phones will cost about the same as the Galaxy S22 model lineup.
At the occasion, Samsung Mobile Experience (MX) CEO TM Roh are rumoured to introduce a “Galaxy dedicated chip.”