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Galaxy S23 series coming in the first week of February

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It seems like Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy S23 series in the first week of February. This information comes from the Korean outlet Chosun. The site gathered this info from a “business official familiar with Samsung”.

The Galaxy S23 series is allegedly coming in the first week of February

That official said that Samsung will host an Unpacked event in San Francisco in the first week of February to unveil new products. The Galaxy S22 series launched in February this year.

Earlier rumors suggested that Samsung may launch its new flagships as early as January. It seems like that won’t happen, but an early February launch is a possibility.

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This, of course, is not an official confirmation or anything of the sort. Samsung won’t exactly confirm the launch event for another couple of months, that’s for sure. So, things may even change by then.

It is also stated that the device may go on sale on February 17, which sounds about right if they’re coming in the first week of February. The pre-order period will last about two weeks.

The report also stated that Samsung wants to release the products as soon as possible. The smartphone market is constantly shrinking, and the sooner they get out, the better.

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Three devices will be a part of the series, as expected

As most of you know, Samsung is expected to launch three Galaxy S23 devices next year. The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are coming. All three phones leaked quite a few times now.

We’ve seen their CAD-based renders a while back, while various other rumors and reports popped up. For example, the Galaxy S23+ popped up on Geekbench just yesterday, with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.

That is Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship SoC, and it will fuel the Galaxy S23 series all over the globe. This year (with the Galaxy S22), only Europe had to deal with an Exynos chip, but that won’t be the case next year. According to a recent report, Samsung may not even release the Exynos 2300.

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