Samsung is likely to officially unveil the Galaxy S23 series at its first Unpacked event in the first week of February, according to a GSMArena report, citing Samsung executives familiar with the matter. A Korean publication is quoted. The Galaxy S23 series will launch globally in late February after the official announcement at Unpacked.
Note that there have been several leaks and rumors suggesting a Galaxy announcement at CES 2023 in January.Also, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will all be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and will be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos chipset. Also note that we plan to deprecate it entirely.
The Xiaomi 13 flagship lineup is expected to be unveiled this week alongside Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile SoC. Vivo has already launched his X90 Pro+ with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
Samsung Galaxy S23 series expected specs and features
The Galaxy S23 lineup borrows features from the Apple iPhone 14 and also upgrades the fingerprint sensor. The South Korean tech giant has teamed up with partner Iridium Communications to introduce some sort 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.
A key highlight of the Galaxy S23 lineup is the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which will likely launch with a 200MP primary camera, with several leaks and rumors suggesting. , 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.”