Reportedly, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will debut in February of next year.

The Galaxy S23, Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone series, is reportedly under development.
The corporation may introduce the new smartphone series early in the next year, according to a recent online leak.

The smartphone manufacturer may release its newest flagship models in February, according to a story published online by the Korean newspaper Koreajoongangdaily.
The company intends to introduce the Galaxy S23 series of smartphones in the United States in early February, a Samsung executive told the outlet.

The Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphones are rumoured to be unveiled during the Galaxy Unpacked event, which is reportedly held in San Francisco.
This time, the corporation will reportedly have an actual launch event.
Due to the pandemic situation, Samsung debuted the Galaxy S22 series last year via virtual launch.

The catastrophe might occur in the first week of February, the source suggests.
The forthcoming Galaxy S23 series of smartphones will reportedly run on the recently released Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipsets, according to the rumour.

specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S23 series

The expected information on the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphones was just disclosed online.
The Samsung Galaxy S23+ may have a 4,700mAh battery, which is around 100mAh more than the one in the Galaxy S22+, according to a report by galaxyclub.
However, the top-tier Galaxy S23 Ultra is rumoured to have a 5,000mAh battery, the same size as that of the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

The rumour goes on to say that while the front camera sensor on the Galaxy S23 may be upgraded to 12MP, the telephoto camera is expected to retain its 10MP resolution and 3x optical zoom capacity.
Additionally, it is stated that there won’t be much modification to the sensor in the ultra-wide angle camera.
According to reports, the 12MP ultra-wide angle camera on the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ is the same as the one in its predecessors.
According to the source, it’s unclear whether the Galaxy S23 Ultra will receive the same 12MP sensor as its brothers or not.

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