Samsung Galaxy S23 Series To Launch On February 1 At Galaxy Unpacked Event, Company Confirms

Samsung announced Wednesday that it will host its first Galaxy Unpacked event in three years. The South Korean tech giant has sent out media invitations to its flagship event in San Francisco on Feb. 1. It will also be the first in-person event in three years since the coronavirus pandemic. Channels, Samsung Newsroom, Samsung.com and Samsung India YouTube channel will also live stream the launch of the Galaxy S23 line.

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The Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event will begin on February 1st at 10:00 AM PST or 11:30 PM IST on the same day.

“A new era of Galaxy innovation is upon us. Our innovations are designed to bring incredible possibilities to people now and in the future.The new Galaxy S series is the ultimate premium experience. It will be the epitome of how we define .The new standard of grandeur,” said Samsung India.

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The new Galaxy S23 smartphones come in a range of display and battery sizes, with the premium Galaxy S23 Ultra having the highest specs.Samsung will likely use an AMOLED E6 panel in its upcoming Galaxy S23 series. The same AMOLED E6 has also been installed in the new iQOO 11.

Samsung, on the other hand, could unveil a new Galaxy-specific chipset at the launch of its flagship Galaxy S23 lineup. Alluded to revealing that the S23 series will launch on February 1st.

According to the latest leak by Universe, Samsung’s Mobile Experience Business President TM Roh will be unveiling a “Galaxy-specific chip” at the launch of the Galaxy S23 series.

If you recall, in early April 2022, President Roh suggested that the South Korean tech giant might be developing a chip specifically for Galaxy phones. According to some reports, his Google-proprietary Tensor chip, which will be reintroduced in the upcoming Google Pixel Fold, will have the same AI features that Samsung is likely to include in its own chipset. Offers.

This will be the first high-end processor purportedly developed utilizing the 2nd or 3rd generation 3nm GAA manufacturing technology used by Samsung Foundry. However, details about the CPU’s capabilities have not yet been released.