Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Release Date on February 1st

The leaker @UniverseIce says that Samsung will officially announce the Galaxy S23 series on February 1, 2023, at an epic Galaxy Unpacked event.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra, which has been the most-anticipated Android flagship phone of 2023, will finally be shown off at the event, along with the Galaxy S23 Plus and the Galaxy S23.

In the past, it took Samsung about two weeks from the announcement event to when the phones were available in stores. If the announcement is on February 1, then the Galaxy S23 release date will be either February 10 or February 17. Most companies usually release their top-of-the-line phones on Fridays, which is when those dates fall.

Keep in mind, though, that even though this information comes from one of the best Samsung leakers, it is in no way official, and Samsung could easily change the date since it is still a few months away.

History of when each Samsung Galaxy S model came out.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Release Date

The Galaxy S23 series will start on February 1, 2023. (as per leak).

As you can see, there is usually a two- to the three-week gap between when Samsung announces something and when it comes out.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Series New Features

The most exciting thing about the Galaxy S23 family is that Samsung is finally switching to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips and will no longer sell flagships with Exynos chips.

Before, Galaxy phones in the US had a Snapdragon chip, but phones in other parts of the world had an Exynos chip, which was less powerful and used more power. After people in India complained about this, Samsung switched to a Snapdragon chip in that market last year. However, the UK and Europe still got Galaxy phones with Exynos chips. Leaks say that this is coming to an end, but we won’t know for sure until Samsung makes an official announcement at Unpacked 2023.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Release Date
Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Release Date

The Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a new 200MP main camera and a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.

The most interesting of the three new phones is the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It has the same look as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, but the edge is a little bit flatter, making it easier to pick up from a table. It should also come with a huge upgrade to the camera, with a new 200MP main camera that should work much better and take clearer photos and videos in low light.

You can also expect a bunch of smaller changes, like a newer OLED screen with even better colors and changes to the S Pen. Even though the battery size won’t change, we expect it to last a little longer because the chip and screen will use less power.

The camera on the other two models, the Galaxy S23 Plus and the Galaxy S23 compact will look like the camera on the Ultra, with separate rings for each lens. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip will also be in these two models, which is great news for their speed and productivity.

They might also have better cameras, but unlike the S23 Ultra model, they won’t have a periscope zoom lens.

The Galaxy S23 Plus is still the better choice for people who want a bigger screen and longer battery life. The Galaxy S23, on the other hand, is designed to be easy to use with one hand but will have the smallest battery in the series.

At the moment, there are no rumors that prices will go up. This means that the base model of the Galaxy S23 Ultra will start at $1,200, the base model of the Galaxy S23 Plus will start at $1,000, and the base model of the Galaxy S23, which is smaller, could start at $800.

Are you excited that the Galaxy S23 series might come out sooner than you thought? And which model are you looking forward to the most?

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