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Galaxy S23 is going to launch in the February’s first week 2023

Samsung has completed its annual slate of significant product launches. In February of 2022, Samsung debuted the Galaxy S22 series, and in August of that year, it introduced the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series, the company’s initial major product introduction of 2019, has everyone’s attention. Every year, around the end of February or the beginning of March, the Korean tech giant unveils its newest crop of flagship smartphones. The launch window has been moved up by a few weeks in the past couple of years. Indications are that Samsung has plans to roll out the S23 lineup at around the same time. 

According to Chosun (via SamMobile), a South Korean publication, Samsung may release the Galaxy S23 during the first week of February. The Galaxy S22 was released on February 9, but the Galaxy S21 line didn’t appear until late January of 2021. Now that the pandemic is over, the biggest smartphone maker in the world will announce its new devices during an in-person Unpacked conference in San Francisco, United States. 

A few weeks later, on or around February 17, they’ll be available for purchase. However, it appears that the Galaxy S23 will use the company’s own Exynos 2300 chip in at least some markets, however the exact specifications have not been revealed. The next Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip from Qualcomm, manufactured on TSMC’s 4nm node, should be used in the vast majority of models sold around the world. 

The design of the Galaxy S23 & S23 Ultra, as well as the incremental improvements expected for next year, have already been revealed thanks to leaked renders. The 200MP camera sensor in the Ultra variant should allow for stunning photos even in dim light. Even in 2023, Samsung apparently has no plans to improve the painfully slow charging times of its flagship smartphones. 

Samsung’s financial results in the first quarter of 2023 might improve if the company were to launch early. The decline in smartphone sales has been precipitous, and it shows no signs of stopping in the near future.


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