Galaxy S23 Expected To Launch At Samsung’s Feb. 1 Event

Samsung’s next Unpacked event, which the company said will happen on Feb. 1, is likely to be about the Galaxy S23 line. This year, a new line would go up against the iPhone 14 from Apple and the Pixel 7 from Google.

Samsung didn’t say anything about what to expect at the event on Tuesday. But the company usually puts out new Galaxy S phones in the first quarter, like the Galaxy S22, which came out last year. The news comes after leaks, like this one from the Korean newspaper JoongAng Daily, which said that the Galaxy S23 would come out in early February.

If Samsung sticks to what it has done in the past, we can expect to see the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. The invitation from Samsung has a picture of three spotlights that go from small to medium to large, which could be a hint.

Galaxy S23 Expected To Launch At Samsung's Feb. 1 Event
Galaxy S23 Expected To Launch At Samsung’s Feb. 1 Event (Source)

Ice Universe and Steve Hemmerstoffer, two well-known leakers, have said that the new phones will have circles cut out on the back for the camera lenses. This kind of camera is already on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. But Hemmerstoffer’s leak shows it could make its way down to the Plus model and replace the camera module on the Galaxy S22 Plus. If it turns out to be true, the event invitation’s spotlights could hint at this change.

Samsung started taking reservations for its upcoming devices in the US on Tuesday. The company will give you $50 in Samsung credit if you reserve one device and $100 if you ask to secure two devices. The offer is good until February 1, and you don’t need to give any payment information.

The company is likely to announce its new Galaxy S line at a time when problems in the economy have hurt overall phone sales. Market researchers Counterpoint Research and IDC released reports in December saying that growth in global shipments for 2023 will be slower than expected.

We expect the new phones to have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and possibly Samsung’s 200-megapixel camera sensor in the S23 Ultra, along with a slightly updated camera cutout.

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