Everything Samsung Announced at Its Galaxy S23 Unpacked Event

Everything Samsung Announced at Its Galaxy S23 Unpacked Event

Although the Galaxy S23 made an appearance, Samsung also had a few other surprises in store.

Galaxy S23 Smartphones

The new lineup of Samsung flagship smartphones was the show’s anticipated star. There were hardly many shocks here after months of disclosures. However, Android enthusiasts who are not tuned into smartphone rumours should anticipate a stylish portfolio of phones that offer a top mobile processor, plenty of storage, and one of the highest-megapixel cameras available in phones.

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Galaxy S23 Smartphones

The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and  S23 Ultra use Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2 panels and contoured metal frames on the outside. Inside, Samsung and Qualcomm worked together to increase the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip’s power. To find out how that turns out, we’ll have to wait till we have a chance to benchmark the S23.

We have a detailed breakdown of the specifications and features of the Galaxy S23 phones in our hands-on review, as well as a comparison of the three variants. Follow us for our complete evaluations.

extra s23 colors: Graphite, Lime, Red, and Sky Blue

Get a Free Storage Boost When You Pre-Order

The phones are currently up for pre-order and will be delivered to shops on February 17. However, individuals who pre-order receive a free storage upgrade as an added incentive for those who aren’t sure whether to buy now. Purchase the 512GB S23+ or S23 Ultra for the price of the 256GB Galaxy S23, for example, or the 256GB  for the price of the 128GB model. Additionally, you may choose from four additional colours, including Graphite, Lime, Red, and Sky Blue, if you get the unlocked version directly from Samsung(Opens in a new window).

guy typing on a galaxy book laptop

Galaxy Book Laptops

Samsung also announced new Galaxy Book notebooks, and the Galaxy Book3 Ultra may give the MacBook Pro a run for its money if you’re a creator looking for a bit more screen space. The spacious AMOLED 2,880-by-1,800-pixel display on this 16-inch laptop offers a 16:10 aspect ratio. In addition to gaming, the 120Hz refresh rate should be helpful for a number of visual tasks. It has a price to match, starting at $2,399.99, but the Book3 Pro starts at $1,449.99 and the Book3 Pro 360 at $1,899.99. Find out if it’s worthwhile to upgrade by reading our hands-on.

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