Samsung announces an official Unpacked date for the Galaxy S23 and teases its cameras

Samsung will announce its next flagship device, the Galaxy S23 Plus, at an event in San Francisco on February 1. On February 1, Samsung will unveil its next flagship device family, the Galaxy S23, live on Samsung’s website. TechRadar will also be present in San Francisco to inspect the new phones, which include the 200MP Galaxy S23 Plus, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

If you are certain that you want the next big Samsung product, standby sales have already begun and will continue until then. Samsung does not provide any details upfront, but you can get either a $50 or $100 credit if you purchase one or two new Samsung devices. You don’t have to pay upfront, all they need is your name and email address.

The invite looks like a triple hole camera cutout, which we’ve seen in leaked renders, images of the Galaxy S23, making the invitation more similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra design, as shown above.

(Image credit: Samsung)

The Galaxy S23 launch is the first major smartphone launch of the year. This sets the standard for other manufacturers. Qualcomm has been announcing loudly that every Galaxy S23 phone will be running its next-generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile operating system. We’ve also heard that it could boost Samsung’s flagship.

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