Samsung Galaxy S23 Release Date: Report Leaks New Details

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The release date of Samsung’s Galaxy S23 has been set (Ultra). A South Korean news outlet suggested that this will occur around the beginning of February 2019. The Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus, two versions of the same smartphone, have both been seen, confirming key features.

A report from a Samsung-centric media outlet claims that the new Galaxy series will be introduced in the Bay Area of California. An executive has stated that the event will take place in the first week of February, although neither a specific date nor an official Unpacked invitation have been released as of yet.

In addition to the digital event, Samsung plans to bring back the real event in 2023. After the pandemic postponed prior events, this will be the first time a complete physical launch will occur. The announcements of the Galaxy S22 and S21 were made in a livestreamed event accessible to fans and the media online.

What else do we know?

Its battery life, camera quality, and processing power were all laid forth in an FCC filing for the Galaxy S23. The battery size for the Galaxy S23 was stated as 3,900 mAh, while the battery size for the plus model was advertised as 4,700 mAh. Both are now 200 mAh more powerful than their forerunners. The range’s total price has not yet been announced. However, we can’t just dismiss the concept of raising the suggested retail price in light of the inflationary pressures that every business is feeling right now.

In addition to what appears to be a verified Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU, the new 32MP selfie shooter would be a welcome addition to the portfolio. The triple camera module has not been updated, which is disappointing. It’s also reasonable to suppose that Samsung, besides┬áthe newer Snapdragon ISP, will include enhanced software algorithms.

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