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(Pocket-lint) – The launch event date for Samsung’s flagship phone – known as the Galaxy Unpacked – may have leaked online.
Every year, Samsung holds a huge launch event which it calls Samsung Galaxy Unpacked. This is the platform used by the company to launch its new smartphones, with the Galaxy S23 family expected in 2023.
The date is often a closely guarded secret, but one potential day has been shared by famous leaker Samsung Universe Ice.
Universe Ice (@UniverseIce) December 21, 2022
The sharing of the “February 1st” post, followed by “Galaxy Unpacked” leaves little doubt what it is referring to – but the timescale matches the previously discussed early February launch window.
That day is a Wednesday, and normally Samsung opens pre-orders and starts shipping the phone a few weeks later.
For the past two years, Samsung’s plans seem to revolve around launching new devices ahead of the Mobile World Congress (MWC), which takes place in late February in Barcelona, Spain.
MWC is the largest and most important mobile phone trade show in the world, and for the past two years Samsung has been running pre-show launches, allowing it to fill its booth with devices for all leaders present authorized marvel.
The timing often puts Samsung ahead of traditional rivals in terms of launch window, often hitting the market before many rival devices have even seen a global launch. Of course, many Chinese companies are now announcing new devices at the end of December for the Chinese market in this extremely competitive sector.
There is no confirmation from Samsung, but lately we have seen more and more leaks, we have Samsung devices going through certification bodies, which usually suggests that a product is close to launch .
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With the With CES just around the corner, we’re expecting Samsung to do these launches before launching the Galaxy Unpacked.
Written by Chris Hall.