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Look surprised: official posters of the Galaxy S23 leaked online - voila! technology

2022-12-26T08:25:36.827Z


As every year, just before the official announcement, materials from Samsung's advertising campaign are leaked online. And there is also a date of the announcement event


The Galaxy S23 series (photo: 91Mobiles)

After we saw them only about a week ago in live images, Samsung's Galaxy S23 series is sought after in official images from the company's advertising campaign.

In the photos, published on the 91mobiles website, we can see the premium model, the Galaxy S23 Ultra in green, next to it a smart watch from the Galaxy Watch series, and the Galaxy Buds headphones.

At the same time, mobile leaker Ice Universe claims in a tweet on Twitter that the company's official announcement event will take place on February 1, with an official launch date two weeks later.



The base model also appears in the leaked promotional materials, and in fact we get confirmation from the latest leaks that the lenses on the back of the device will not be attached to the frame like in the Galaxy S22, but freely like the ultra model.

In case you were wondering, estimates are that Samsung is responsible for at least some of the images that leak online every year.

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— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 21, 2022

What do we know about the specifications of the new devices?

The chipset that will come with the three models in the new series will be the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. The Galaxy S23 Ultra model will come with a 200-megapixel camera, which is already present in other flagship smartphones launched in recent times.

Other rumors claim that it is actually a 108 megapixel sensor.

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