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Here’s Everything We Need to Know about Samsung Galaxy S23 series

By Zernab Farooqi - Jan 15, 2023

Now that February is almost here, we can turn our attention to what is in store for Samsung in the years to come. A recent announcement made by Samsung indicated that the date of their upcoming Unpacked event will be on February 1. It is commonly believed that the Galaxy S23 line of mobile devices will be the most exciting aspect of the event.

Here’s Everything We Need to Know about Samsung Galaxy S23 series

The Samsung Galaxy S22 product line probably has a good number of the greatest mobile devices that will be available in 2022. The entry-level S22 was fairly amazing for the price, the S22 Plus is a superb all-arounder, and the high-powered S22 Ultra blew our minds with its excellent photographic features. All three models are available now.

If Samsung continues to follow the same pattern it has followed for the last three generations of smartphones, we should be able to anticipate the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. The following is what we anticipate seeing based on previous Samsung product launches and rumours; however, we won't know for sure until the 1st of February, so this is just a best guess. Topping my wish list for the Galaxy S23 line of mobile devices is an increase in the device's battery life as well as a host of new photographic features that are helpful.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Release Date:

Samsung will likely unveil the Galaxy S23 series during its upcoming unpacked presentation in San Francisco on Feb. 1. The event announcement follows prior leaks, including this claim from Korean daily JoongAng Daily, indicating an early February Galaxy S23 launch. Ice Universe's Jan. 6 tweet showed a Galaxy Unpacked teaser picture with a Feb. 1 release date.

Due to global supply chain issues, the phones may not be accessible in retailers that month. For US consumers who want to reserve a phone early, Samsung is already giving deals. You'll earn $50 in Samsung credit if you book one smartphone and $100 if you reserve two.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Models and Sizes:

Samsung will likely unveil the Galaxy S23 series during its upcoming unpacked presentation in San Francisco on Feb. 1. The event announcement follows prior leaks, including this claim from Korean daily JoongAng Daily, indicating an early February Galaxy S23 launch. Ice Universe's Jan. 6 tweet showed a Galaxy Unpacked teaser picture with a Feb. 1 release date.

Due to global supply chain issues, the phones may not be accessible to retailers that month. For US consumers who want to reserve a phone early, Samsung is already giving deals. You'll earn $50 in Samsung credit if you book one smartphone and $100 if you reserve two.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Models and Sizes:

Samsung will likely keep releasing various phone models with varied features and costs to cater to a large audience. Based on Samsung's past, we expect an entry-level Galaxy S23, an S23 Plus with a bigger screen, and the S23 Ultra. The Ultra will have more cameras, the largest display, and likely the S Pen stylus.

Here’s Everything We Need to Know about Samsung Galaxy S23 series

The invitation for Samsung's unpacked event features three lights, which may be a clue to the release of three new Galaxy models.

Ice Universe, a reliable leaker, disclosed the sizes of the three incoming phones (via GSM Arena), which were virtually identical to the S22 series. Thus, we don't foresee any significant screen size changes.
Screen sizes on the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra ranged from 6.1 inches to 6.6 inches and 6.8 inches, respectively.

Samsung S23 series Price:

The S23 series will have three primary pricing if Samsung introduces many variants. We anticipate Samsung to maintain last year's pricing. In February 2018, the regular S22 cost $800, the Plus variant $1,000, and the high-performance S22 Ultra $1,200.

Samsung S23 Cameras:

It would appear that the cameras will have a significant part to play in the next presentation. This is especially likely to be the case with the Ultra model, since that is often where Samsung launches the camera features that are the most innovative and game-changing for the company.

Since Samsung has introduced two 200-megapixel picture sensors and they are in other phones, we anticipated the S22 Ultra to include one. The S23 Ultra may have a 200-megapixel sensor, which was absent from the S22 Ultra. Ice Universe anticipates the Galaxy S23 Ultra's 200-megapixel sensor. Whether it's the company's HP1 or HP3 sensor or a new one for the phone is unknown.

These sensors boost low-light photography by merging groupings of tiny pixels into bigger ones that can collect more light, according to Samsung's product sites. A boost to the S22 Ultra's low-light performance is intriguing since it defeated the Pixel 7 Pro in our latest testing.

The phone's 10x optical zoom lens and huge resolution will enhance its zoom capabilities. Ice Universe reports that all phones will have the same lens lineup, but the higher resolution should make zoom images sharper.

Here’s Everything We Need to Know about Samsung Galaxy S23 series

The Galaxy S23 Plus and maybe the Galaxy S23 may also modify the camera's design. Ice Universe and Steve Hemmerstoffer have leaked that the future gadgets may feature circular camera lens cutouts on the back of the device rather than on a camera module. Hemmerstoffer's report claims the Galaxy S22 Plus already have a camera like the Ultra's.

Galaxy S23 Battery, Processor and Other Specs:

The Galaxy S23 will likely feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processors. Samsung's European versions formerly utilized Exynos processors. A recent Qualcomm earnings conference indicated that Samsung would use Qualcomm's chip in all phones in the range.

Other features include 8GB RAM on the basic versions and 12GB on the S23 Ultra. Storage will presumably start at 128GB with larger-capacity choices at premium pricing. The microSD card slot won't return to extend storage.

Recent FCC certifications suggest that the regular S23 will feature a 3,900-mAh battery, up from 3,700 mAh, while the S23 Plus will have a 4,700-mAh battery. Ice Universe reports that the Ultra model will feature a 5,000-mAh battery like the S22 Ultra, although there's no official statistic.

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Zernab Farooqi

My name is Zernab Farooqi and I am from Lahore, Pakistan. I graduated from Punjab University in Lahore with a master's degree in human resource management in 2016. I am honest with my work. I am a Multitasker, a positive thinker, and have a "Can do" attitude. My hobbies are traveling, listening to music, cooking, gaming, photography, and writing.