In the next month, Samsung Galaxy S23 Series is all set to arrive with design inspiration from the 2022 Samsung Galaxy S22 lineup. In 2023, Samsung removed the camera bump that has become the signature style for the S-series.
Recently, Samsung’s Columbian site briefly published the date of the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked with the teaser tagline “Epic moments are coming”. The teaser image hints that there are three individually-ringed cameras, which look a lot like the leaked renders of the Galaxy S23.
To recall, Samsung launched the Galaxy S22 Series on February 09, 2022 and it’s clear February 2023 was always on the cards.
- Galaxy S23 release date: February 01, 2023
- Galaxy S22 release date: February 9, 2022
- Galaxy S21 release date: January 14, 2021
- Galaxy S20 release date: February 11, 2020
- Galaxy S10 release date: February 20, 2019
- Galaxy S9 release date: February 25, 2018
Galaxy S23 Ultra laser focus sensor black color mystery solved
Earlier the Twitter tipster Ice Universe reported that the S23 Ultra’s original red laser-focus infrared transmitter goes black. Now again the tipster shared information regarding the same. He claimed that “As far as I know, it’s just painted black. The laser focus sensor hasn’t changed. It’s not replaced by ToF or something like that”.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to finally feature one of Samsung’s 200MP sensors for its main camera. The sensor is said to be 1/1.3 inches big, with a larger aperture than before at f/1.7. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will arrive with a quad camera system, consisting of a new 200 MP main camera and dual 10MP telephoto cameras with 3x and 10x optical zoom as well as a 12 MP ultrawide camera. Under the hood, the Galaxy S23 lineup will be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
Meanwhile, the pre-orders of the Galaxy S23 could include free Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. In addition, in a recent leak, it was revealed that the pre-order of the S23 series could start on February 1 and go on till February 8, 2023.