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Samsung Galaxy S23 launch date revealed

A report from South Korea stated that Samsung may announce the next generation of its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S23, during the first week of February 2023.

“ The S23 series will be showcased during our Unpacked event in the United States, which will be held in February,” Korea JoongAng Daily quoted an unnamed source as saying. It is believed that the event will be held in San Francisco, California.

The date mentioned by the Korean newspaper is in line with previous reports that revealed Samsung’s plan to launch its upcoming flagship phones, as the Korean Chosun website mentioned earlier this month that the launch date will be in February.

In recent years, Samsung used to announce its flagship phones during the month of February, as it announced the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S20 series phones in February of 2022 and 2020, respectively, but it chose to announce the Galaxy S21 series phones early. In January 2021.

With regard to the specifications of the upcoming Galaxy S23 phones, the leaked images reveal that the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus will abandon the prominent part of the triple rear camera to make its appearance resemble the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which was announced early this year.

As for the Galaxy S23 Ultra, it is expected that it will not differ much in shape, but it will offer a higher resolution of 200 megapixels compared to the 108 megapixels in the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

As usual, the three smartphones will have Qualcomm’s latest and most powerful processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.

It is expected that the latest flagship phone from Samsung, the Galaxy S23, will not be immune from the wave of inflation that has affected many countries around the world, and according to a report by Korea JoongAng Daily, the phones will be sold at a price compared to previous versions.

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