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Launch of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series on February 1 is confirmed

The release date for the next Galaxy S23 series from Samsung has been accidently revealed.

According to Samsung’s Colombian website, which was reported by credible tipster Ice Universe, the next Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on February 1.

The teaser graphic suggests that the next generation of Samsung’s top Android phones will include a triple back camera. These cameras, like the ones on the previous Galaxy S22 model, are vertically stacked. This supports the validity of the rumoured Galaxy S23.

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The teaser also displays what seem to be two big sensors, one for the main lens and another for an ultra-wide-angle lens equipped with an optical zoom (telephoto camera). Initial reports said that one of the primary cameras used a 200MP sensor.

When it comes to speculation, one of the first sources suggested a release date of early February for the forthcoming Galaxy S23 series. And at this time, that seems to be correct.

Additionally, some speculations suggested that Samsung might completely abandon the standard 128GB storage choice across all models in favour of 256GB, which is great assuming prices don’t increase. To the same extent, this year’s Ultra model must have no less than 12GB of RAM for its storage configurations.

Recent renderings of all the models have surfaced online, revealing the potential colour options for the Galaxy S23 lineup. Cotton Flower, Misty Lilac, Botanic Green, and Phantom Black are the working titles for the future gadgets’ pink, green, black, and beige colour options.