Samsung is said to be planning to present its latest smartphones at an event that should take place in early February. That’s a new rumor.
Samsung Galaxy S23 presentation in February
2023 is slowly approaching and that also means that it will not be very long before Samsung unveils new Galaxy S smartphones. The Galaxy S23 has been leaked several times and is now rumored to be announced in early February. A Korean source (via Sammobile) reports that Samsung wants to unveil the phones during a major event in San Francisco.
A specific date is unfortunately not known, but early February sounds plausible. The Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra were unveiled on February 9 this year. For S21 phones, however, Samsung opted for an announcement in January, while the Galaxy S20 did appear in February.
For now, it remains to be seen when exactly the Samsung S23 will be announced. The manufacturer usually announces when a new Galaxy Unpacked event will take place a few weeks before the unveiling. We therefore think that the invitation will not be sent until January next year. When the time comes, you will of course read it FADVICES.
What we know about the Galaxy S23
Everything necessary about the Samsung Galaxy S23 is now known. For example, the device (and the Plus and Ultra version) most likely has a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. This mobile chip was recently announced by maker Qualcomm and is faster and more energy efficient than its predecessor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
In addition, it seems that Samsung changes little in the design of the S23 phones. Something has been adjusted on the back: the cameras are no longer in an ‘island’, but are ‘stuck’ loosely on the housing. This is evident from leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy S23.
The company would also like to greatly improve the cameras, for example by introducing a 200 megapixel main camera. Few details are known yet. However, it seems that the Samsung flagship will receive support for satellite connections, so that you can also send messages and photos without range.