Even though Samsung hasn’t officially announced anything related to the Galaxy S23 series yet, it might already have a set release date. As usual, leaksters are giving us new information, obtained unofficially, about the upcoming smartphone series, and the Galaxy Unpacked unveiling event could be happening sooner than expected, especially since recent rumors suggested a slightly delayed launch.
Galaxy S23 launch could be very close
IceUniverse, a well-known Twitter leaker who usually provides information about as-yet-unreleased Samsung products, says that the date we’ll first see the Galaxy S23 in an official manner will be February 1. It’s uncertain, however, if February 1 won’t actually be February 2 in other parts of the world. The launch is expected to take place in the US, in San Francisco.
That means we’re just a month and a week away from Samsung’s next flagship, which could ship with a new design, a Qualcomm-exclusive processor, and likely a 200-megapixel camera on the Ultra model.
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 21, 2022
However, rumors have been conflicting lately. On the one hand, some sources say the Galaxy S23 Ultra will use a 200-megapixel ISOCELL sensor, the one the company has been preparing for its flagships for a few years now, while on the other hand, other sources say it will still use a 108-megapixel camera.
Either way, even in the video and photo capture department, the new Galaxy S23s will get major upgrades. In the case of video, the Galaxy S23 would be the first generation from Samsung to allow 8K resolution capture at 30 frames per second, rather than 24 as we saw on the S20-S22 series.
via Android Police