Samsung will hold its first "Unpacked" event of the year on February 1 in San Francisco, at 7 pm Italian time.
This is the first presence for the Korean group after the years of restrictions due to the pandemic.
During the presentation, the company, which for Canalys analysts confirmed its first place for smartphones sold in 2022 albeit down on 2021, will unveil the new Galaxy S23 range.
The rumors spread in recent weeks, accompanied by some graphic renderings of the devices, may have already provided the key novelties of mobile phones, especially the more expensive model, the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
This one, by Samsung's own admission, will focus on the qualities of the photographic department, with a 200 megapixel main sensor.
The rest of the hardware features focus on a latest generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, adapted for the occasion to the Samsung Galaxy family, 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM depending on the configuration and greater autonomy.
Besides that, water resistance, Wi-Fi 6e, Android 13 with One Ui customization 5.1.
It would slightly change the design on the back of the three models, all similar to what the Galaxy S22 Ultra already was:
sensors up compared to the rest of the shock and goodbye to the portion that created an element in itself for the photo department.
A choice that would make the difference between the versions less evident, at least from a stylistic point of view.
The only major discriminator between the three would therefore be the 200 megapixel camera of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which could also use an Isocell HP2 sensor with improved nighttime performance in both photo and video capture.
Finally, the prices: the French ones are widespread online, while in Italy the price list should be similar: a starting price of 959 euros for the 128 GB S23, 1,219 euros for the S23 Plus and 1,419 for the Galaxy S23 Ultra, both 256 GB.