the Galaxy S23 It will be released on February 1st at an event before Samsung in the United States of America. after several leaksThe tech giant confirmed this Tuesday (Wednesday morning at the company’s headquarters in South Korea) that Cellular With a strong technical paper that will be presented at the beginning of next month.
The first big announcement of the year, the Galaxy S23 lineup, Galaxy S23 Plus And Galaxy S23 Ultra You must compete directly with iPhone 14Presented by An apple in September 2022. One of Samsung’s weapons in this dispute will be a special edition processor snapdragon 8 Gen 2 with more processing power. The original slide was announced by Qualcomm In Novemberin the United States of America.
Galaxy S23 Ultra concept, which could launch a 200MP camera – Image: Reproduction / Android Police
The Samsung Unpacked event will be held virtually in San Francisco, US, with face-to-face coverage from TechAll. It is expected to be broadcast online on the brand’s official channels.
Three new smartphones are expected. The revamp of the Galaxy S line should undergo design improvements, especially on the back of the phones, which will have a more discreet camera module. At least that’s what the latest leaks suggest.
Everything indicates that the Ultra version, the most powerful in the new batch, should bring a camera capable of capturing 200 megapixels. If the information is confirmed, it would be an indication that Samsung wants to enter the imaging war with Chinese brands, such as XiaomiAnd OnePlus And Oppo.
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There is also an expectation that the manufacturer will increase the storage capacity of the new phones. It is not known if this upgrade will be accompanied by a price increase, which may seem indigestible to consumers facing an uncertain macroeconomic scenario – they are increasingly willing to postpone the purchase of the next phone.
For now, the manufacturer is trying to keep what’s coming a secret, so much so that it doesn’t even mention the Galaxy S23 in the invite sent out to journalists, influencers, analysts, and members of the telecom market.
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