Samsung’s Galaxy S23 lineup launch could be earlier than expected in India, according to Sammobile’s report. The Galaxy S23 lineup will include three models: the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the Galaxy S23+, and the vanilla Galaxy S23.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is Samsung’s long-awaited flagship lineup, which is said to hold its first Unpacked event of 2023 in the first week of February, officially unveiling the Galaxy S23 lineup. The Galaxy Unpacked event will be the first in-person event since the coronavirus pandemic and could take place in San Francisco.
According to informant Mukul Sharma, the Galaxy S23 has received Indian BIS and NBTC certifications, further marking the launch of the lineup.
Samsung plans to launch its flagship Galaxy S23 series a little earlier this year, and previous reports have suggested that the Galaxy S23 lineup will borrow features from the Apple iPhone 14 and upgrade the fingerprint sensor as well. Be careful. The Galaxy S23 series will likely feature the satellite connectivity seen in this year’s iPhone 14 lineup, said an earlier report by tech publication ETNews.
The South Korean tech giant has teamed up with partner Iridium Communications to introduce some kind of satellite communication system to its Galaxy S23 line, the report added. Iridium Communications provides voice and data communications services through 66 low-orbit satellites. Samsung has been working with Iridium for nearly two years to bring satellite connectivity to smartphones.
Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S23 is set to launch in early 2023, with a key highlight of the lineup being the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which will likely launch with a 200MP primary camera. And, for example, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP camera could be better than the Xiaomi 12T Pro’s 200MP camera. According to famous leaker Ice Universe, the Galaxy S23’s 200MP camera may be “the best the world has ever seen.”