Official: Galaxy S23 series arrives February 1, Reservations Now Open

It’s officially confirmed: The next Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on February 1. The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are officially slated for an unveiling in just three weeks, putting an end to months of leaks and rumors surrounding them. We don’t forget to mention an accidental early reveal of this year’s event date.

The Galaxy Unpacked event that’s scheduled to happen in San Francisco, USA from 10 AM PT, or 1 PM ET for those on the East Coast. If the Galaxy S23 lineup has caught your attention, Samsung will be streaming the event on, Samsung Newsroom, and on its YouTube channel to let you watch it live right from the comfort of your couch.

If you are looking to buy the new Galaxy phone, you can save $50 by reserving the phone, and save $100 when you pre-order it alongside a new Galaxy Book. You can head to Samsung’s website to reserve any Galaxy S23 model with your name and email address. Your redemption codes will be delivered to your email address when sales open up after the event. 

Reserve Galaxy S23 series

So, what can we expect?

The February event will focus on the new Galaxy S23 models only, and we are expecting a 6.1-inch Galaxy S23, a 6.6-inch Galaxy S23+, and a 6.8-inch Galaxy S23 Ultra. While no huge changes are coming to this year’s Galaxy flagships, each model will use the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, and we hope they get some impressive camera technology, but you can count on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which will be Samsung’s first phone with to get industry leading 200MP camera.

The official teaser videos leaked yesterday show that the company may focus on the camera capabilities of the S23. The Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra sales are expected to begin as early as the second week of February.

The Galaxy Book 3 series of laptops will also be announced at the event. This lineup includes the first Ultra branded laptop, alongside a Galaxy Book 3 Pro and a Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 with the latest Intel processors. There will be no Galaxy Tabs unveiling at this year’s Unpacked event.

There’s plenty of time for more leaks and rumors until February 1st rolls around.

Source: Samsung

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