Samsung Galaxy S23 – Official release date in 2023

If you wait Samsung news for 2023 We have good news and bad news. The good news is that we already know when Samsung Galaxy S23. The bad news is that you’ll have to wait patiently, because it won’t be this year. The company will wait until 2023 Offering its next range of high-end smartphones. If you want Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ or Galaxy S23 Ultra, you have to wait around 3 months.

Samsung has been repeating its presentation date for years Galaxy S-series. Some years we have seen deviations, even if only for a few weeks. It is normal to see them First three months of the year, not later than the last week of February.

Samsung Galaxy S23 will be official before MWC 2023

This information comes from South Korea, specifically Chosun media. This media has accessed some words from the related Samsung advertisement. It ensures Samsung is preparing an Unpacked in San Francisco in the first week of February.

This eliminates for now the possibility of seeing an official peak before the 2022 terminal, as some reliable sources claim. It looks like it Samsung will repeat the display and date From previous years.

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The International Mobile Congress It is celebrated from February 27 to March 3, 2023, a few weeks after the date Samsung allegedly set. It’s a normal one as Samsung has been unveiling an official presentation at the event in Barcelona for a few years now. It will be no different in 2023.

Information It is not official, but it is by far the most valuable and reliable one we have. It fits in with Samsung’s annual strategy and is delivered by a media outlet closely associated with Samsung. Well, set the date on the calendar knowing that there may be some changes.

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