- The Galaxy S23 trio will be unveiled on February 1, 2023
- Samsung is rumoured to use a mammoth 200-megapixel primary camera with the Ultra variant
- The company is also expected to unveil its new range of laptops at the Unpacked event next week
We’re in the latter stages of January, which means Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone lineup — the Galaxy S23 series — is only a few days away. Thanks to the endless stream of leaks from multiple sources, the hardware of these phones is hardly a secret at this point. The latest revelation, however, comes directly from the manufacturer, revealing the presence of features like Space Zoom and others in a new teaser video.
In addition to Space Zoom, the teaser also talks about Samsung’s Night Mode feature with the mention of “Epic Nights Are Coming.” The manufacturer is playing its cards close to the chest and not revealing too much about the new flagships. Fortunately, we already know a fair bit about what to expect from the top-end variant in the lineup, the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
In addition to the trio of Galaxy S23 flagships, Samsung will also reveal the upcoming generation of laptops. Perhaps the company will also have a couple of other surprises during the course of the February 1 event.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra rumoured specifications
One of the key new features of the Galaxy S23 Ultra would be the inclusion of a 200-megapixel primary camera sensor, possibly the recently unveiled ISOCELL HP2. This would be complemented by a 12-megapixel sensor and two additional sensors.
As is the case with most Samsung flagships, the Galaxy S23 will leverage Qualcomm’s next-gen Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. This would be accompanied by up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage space. There should also be a 5,000mAh battery on this year’s Ultra variant, supported by 45W fast wired charging.
Leaks also tell us that Samsung may not make major design changes to the Galaxy S23 series, sticking with internal changes instead. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait long to know more about the new flagships, as the launch will occur just over a week from now.