Samsung gives us an official Unpacked date and teases Galaxy S23 cameras


Samsung will unveil its next flagship device family, the Galaxy S23, at an event on February 1. Viewers at home can tune in on Samsung directly, and TechRadar will be on site in San Francisco to check out the new phones, which presumably will include the Galaxy S23 Plus and the 200MP-capable Galaxy S23 Ultra. 

If you’re already positive that you want Samsung’s next big thing, reserve sales have started and will run until the event. Samsung isn’t giving away advance details, but you can get $50 or $100 in store credit if you commit to one or two new devices respectively. You don’t need to put money down in advance, just give them your name and email address. 

The invitation to the event looks remarkably like the three-hole camera cutout that we’ve seen on leaked renders and images of the Galaxy S23 phone, making it look much more like the Galaxy S22 Ultra design, as seen above.

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked invitation showing three lit circles on a dark background

(Image credit: Samsung)

The Galaxy S23 launch is the first major phone launch of the year, and it arguably sets the bar for other manufacturers to leap over. Qualcomm has been loudly hinting that every Galaxy S23 device will use its next-generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile platform, and we’ve even heard it could get a speed boost for Samsung’s flagships.


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