The Samsung Galaxy S23 could be presented in early February 2023

Samsung’s next Unpacked event which will unveil the Galaxy S23 could be organized in early February 2023. The South Korean firm will present its next flagship with its new features, including a possible satellite connection.

The release of the Samsung Galaxy S23 is fast approaching. The next flagship of the South Korean firm could be presented in early 2023 and more precisely in February. Indeed, Korea JoongAng Daily reports that Samsung plans to hold its Unpacked event during the first week of February.

Concept of the Samsung Galaxy S23 © 4RMD / YouTube

Unpacked is the Samsung event where the new flagship is announced. This is not the first time that we have heard of a presentation of the Galaxy S23 in early February. The new Korean report therefore confirms this release window. We do not have no more precise date for the moment.

Galaxy S23 presentation would be Samsung’s first physical event since the pandemic

Korea JoongAng Daily also expects the Galaxy S23 presentation to be a physical event. It would be organized in San Francisco, California. It would therefore be the first time that Samsung has organized an in-person event since the start of the pandemic. It’s been almost three years that all events have been virtual.

Samsung has not yet confirmed the Galaxy S23 Unpacked event, but the flagship has already started to leak on the networks. Several renderings revealing its design have been shared. There are no big differences from the Galaxy S22, but it is expected that the huge photo block disappears to make way for floating sensors. One of them should be a 200 megapixel sensor which has already been tested. On the Chinese social network Weibo, a user even tested the camera of the Galaxy S23 Ultra against the S22 Ultra and the Pixel 7 Pro.

Under the chassis, the Galaxy S23 will accommodate the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 which will support Wi-Fi 7. The new standard offers even faster data transfers of up to 40 Gb/s. In addition, the Galaxy S23 would have satellite communication like the iPhone. This feature is already available on Apple and Huawei devices, but this is the first time it will come to a Samsung flagship. The South Korean firm works with Iridium Communications for Galaxy S23 satellite connection.

Source: Android Central

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