The first Samsung Unpacked event of 2023 will be officially held on February 01. In the posters it published, Samsung included expressions that would make users very curious. Korean company especially About the camera with the Galaxy S23 Ultra It can be ambitious. Here is our news that we made Packed before the launch of Unpacked.
New Galaxy Unpacked in February
The innovations and upgrades that the Galaxy S23 series will bring seem to mark this event. Because the Korean company will use the 200 MP specially developed camera hardware in this model. While this massive camera is expected to offer significantly better low-light performance and zoom values, it will offer three different resolutions: 12MP, 50MP and 200MP.
The base model, the Galaxy S23 and S23+, is expected to come with smaller design changes compared to its Ultra brother. However, the S23 Ultra will keep the general design of its predecessor, while the camera module on the back will be positioned separately in circles.
The new Galaxy S23 models feature the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset in all regions. This is one of the other radical decisions the company has taken here. Because Samsung offered models with Exynos processors to some countries, but this will change with the Galaxy S23 series.
The S23+ and S23 Ultra models are expected to have a base storage of 256GB, while all models are expected to use 8GB of RAM. The prices of the new devices are not yet clear. We say that enough smartphones are enough and we continue with other products to be introduced.
So what else will be introduced at the launch?
Apart from the Galaxy S23 series, we will probably see the Galaxy Book 3 series as well. In fact, according to the information on the company’s official site, if you reserve a Galaxy Book laptop and a Galaxy smartphone, Samsung will offer users up to $100 Offers store credit.
Alongside the S23 series, Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5, Galaxy A54 and more devices are expected to be introduced this year.
How is the event monitored?
The event will be held at the Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco and Samsung YouTube channel, Samsung.com and the company on the Newsroom portal will be broadcast live.