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Samsung Galaxy S23 is now available for pre-order in India at a cost of just Rs 1,999. Details

Samsung will unveil its new flagship series, the Galaxy S23, on February 1st in San Francisco at 11:30 PM IST. Although the full details of the smartphones will not be known until the launch event, pre-orders for the Galaxy S23 series can be placed starting today for a cost of Rs 1,999. The pre-orders can be made through Samsung.com, Samsung Exclusive Stores, Amazon.in and other leading retailers. Samsung also offers benefits worth Rs 5,000 for those who purchase the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, or the S23 Ultra and activate it before March 31st, 2023.

In addition to the cash benefit, customers who pre-order the device will also have early access to it, allowing them to receive the product as soon as it becomes available. Samsung has stated that the Galaxy S23 series will provide a “delayed premium experience” and that the company is “setting new standards for what’s epic” with its new flagship.

However, leaks and rumors indicate that the Galaxy S23 series will likely be among this year’s top Android flagship smartphones. It’s worth noting that the design of the Galaxy S23 series will be similar to that of the Galaxy S22 series, with the main differences being in the processor and camera capabilities.

Samsung Galaxy S23 series

The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is expected to have three models: the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. All models are expected to feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 platform, with at least 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. They will have a glass sandwich design with a metal frame and are expected to have an IP rating for water and dust resistance, as well as wireless charging.

According to the promotional material for the Galaxy S23 series, the main feature will be its ability to take high-quality photos in low-light conditions. Additionally, Samsung is reportedly working to improve its Astro photography capabilities to compete with similar features on flagship phones from other major manufacturers such as Google and Apple.


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