Samsung Unpacked 2023 Date Revealed, S23 Series Launch Expected

Samsung Unpacked 2023 will be the first in-person event since the pandemic started. Moreover, a Samsung executive has revealed the date. The event will be held in the first week of February. This differs from the early reports that stated that the event will be happening earlier than usual. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Series is expected to be announced at the event.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Series – Everything We Know

The design of the devices has been revealed earlier. Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra will follow the same design language as the S22 Ultra. That means the contour cut design will be gone for good.

Samsung Galaxy S23

Samsung Galaxy S23

The Samsung Galaxy S23 will borrow the design aesthetic from the S22 Ultra. This means that the contour cut design of the camera module will be ditched. The camera lenses will be flush with the body of the device with no camera bump. Moreover, the S23 will be slightly bigger than the S22. It will measure roughly 146.3 x 70.8 x 7.6 mm. The display will be 6.1″ and will have symmetrical bezels. Moreover, the ports and button placement will be similar to the last generation.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus

The S23 Plus will also ditch the contour-cut design of the camera module. Furthermore, the dimensions of the phone will measure roughly 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6mm. The display will be 6.6″ with symmetrical bezels. Lastly, the S23 Plus will be a bit larger than the S22 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S23

The Galaxy S23 Ultra will more or less look the same as the S22 Ultra. Moreover, the dimensions of the device will be roughly 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.8mm. For reference, the S22 Ultra measured 163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9mm. So the S23 Ultra will be slimmer and a bit wider than the previous generation. The S23 Ultra will have the slimmest bezels on any Samsung S phone now. Adding on, Samsung will implement symmetrical bezels on the Ultra as well.

Goodbye Exynos

Qualcomm has officially confirmed that its share in the S23 series will be going global. Previously, they had a 75% share while the rest was occupied by Exynos. Furthermore, the CEO also confirmed that they are entering into a long-term partnership with Samsung. It will see Qualcomm chipsets in Samsung handsets globally. This is all that we know about the S23 Series so far. Further details will be updated as they arrive.

 

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