Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S23 series on February 1st

Samsung will officially announce it Galaxy S23 series on Wednesday, February 1, 2023, at the epic Galaxy Unpacked event, according to a prolific leaker @employee.

The event will finally take the lid off the most anticipated Android flagship of 2023: the Galaxy S23 Ultra, as well as the two less expensive versions, the Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Compact.

In the past, Samsung took about two weeks from the announcement event to the actual in-store release for the phones, so if the February 1 announcement date is pending, that means the Galaxy S23 release date will be on the 10th. From February or 17 February. These specific dates fall on a Friday which is when most companies schedule their flagship phone releases.

However, keep in mind that while this information comes from one of the most knowledgeable Samsung leakers, it is by no means official, and given that there are still two months until that date, Samsung could definitely adjust the date.

With that in mind, here’s a quick look at…

Samsung Galaxy S series release dates

As you can see, there is usually a two to three week window between the announcement date and the release date on Samsung’s schedule.

New Galaxy S23 features

What can we expect to see in the Galaxy S23 Ultra, S23 Plus, and S23?

The biggest news about the Galaxy S23 family is that Samsung has finally started switching to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset and will no longer sell Exynos-powered versions of its flagship phones.

Previously, the company used a Snapdragon chip on Galaxies in the US, but the rest of the world got phones with an Exynos chip that are less powerful and generally less power efficient. After the practice was protested in India, Samsung essentially had to switch to a Snapdragon chip in that market last year, but the UK and Europe still have Exynos-powered galaxies. This is allegedly nearing completion, according to the leaks, but we’re looking forward to Samsung officially confirming this at Unpacked 2023.

the Galaxy S23 Ultra is the most exciting phone in the new trio. It retains the familiar Galaxy S22 Ultra design, but improves it with a flatter edge, so it’s easy to pick the phone up off the table. It is also expected to bring a massive camera upgrade with the introduction of a new 200MP main camera which should perform better and take cleaner photos and videos in low light conditions.
We expect to see a bunch of other smaller improvements, too: a newer OLED display with better colors, improvements to the S Pen, and while the battery size hasn’t changed, we’d expect slightly longer battery life thanks to energy efficiency gains with the chip and screen.
The other two models, namely Galaxy S23 Plus and compact Galaxy S23 will adopt the Ultra camera design with separate camera rings for each lens.

These two models will also feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, which is great news for the speed and productivity of the phones.

It will also likely come with some camera improvements, but it won’t have a periscope zoom lens like the S23 Ultra model.

The Galaxy S23 Plus remains the best choice for those who want a larger screen and longer battery life, while the Galaxy S23 prioritizes one-handed operation and convenience, but will have the smallest battery size in the series.

At the moment, the rumors do not indicate a price increase, and this means that the basic Galaxy S23 Ultra model will start at $ 1,200, the Galaxy S23 Plus model will start at $ 1,000, and the smaller Galaxy S23 price can start at $ 800.

Are you excited about this possible early launch of the Galaxy S23 series? And what model are you looking forward to in particular?

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