Samsung Galaxy S23 Series To Launch On The First Week Of February

It is of no surprise that Samsung has scheduled the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event for February 2023. Since that has been the norm for a while now. The Galaxy unpacked even usually comes with the announcement of a lot of consumer electronic products from the South Korean tech company.

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As usual, we expect something similar in February. Samsung will surely launch a couple of new products. But the main highlight of the event will be Samsung’s next flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S23 Series.

The event which will be happening in San Francisco will be the first in-person unpacked event since the Coronavirus pandemic. Despite the fact that the launch event is set for the first week of February, Global launch will also come on in late February.

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Even though Samsung has not officially put out the date for the grand launching. There have been several reports coming from the company’s home country, South Korea. All these reports point at the same date for the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event. All reports claim that, Samsung’s launch event will be within the first week of February.

On the other side, there are also few rumors pointing the launch date to January instead of February. But knowing the way Samsung does it, a January launch event is something which is quite off the hook. Samsung has chosen February for most of its launch events and it does not look to change from that yet. Samsung S23 Series

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Leaked Details Of The Samsung S23 Series

The Galaxy S23 series are no doubt, one of the most anticipated devices in the coming months. Due to this, there are several renders going around on the internet. Most renders look familiar to the design of the current design on the market. Which is the design of the Galaxy S22 Series. There are also tips of the new Samsung flagships rocking the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.

This is very much expected as Samsung has always followed the trend of using latest chipsets in each of its Flagship devices.

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