Samsung will showcase its new device, believed to be a rival to the 2023 iPhone and Google Pixel, at an event called Unpacked in San Francisco on February 1st, and potentially announce additional products as well.
Samsung announced the upcoming launch of its next Galaxy device, the Galaxy S23 through an event called Galaxy Unpacked. This event will take place in person on February 1st in San Francisco. Although the company has not officially disclosed what will be featured in the event, it is speculated that it will showcase the latest iteration of its flagship Galaxy S series smartphone. The Galaxy S series smartphones are usually launched in late January or early February and the Galaxy S23 is expected to be the next in the series of high-performing Samsung devices.
The Galaxy S series by Samsung is set to compete with the Apple iPhone and Google Pixel in the smartphone market. In September of the last year, Apple released the iPhone 14 and Google followed with the Pixel 7 family in October. The Galaxy S23 is expected to showcase superior features and specifications compared to its competitors, such as the integration of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and a 200MP camera. The Galaxy S23 series is rumored to include three different models, the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra. The ultra-premium S23 Ultra will be equipped with Samsung’s S Pen stylus and boast the largest display and advanced camera capabilities among the three models.
Those who have received invitations will have the opportunity to witness the event in person at the Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco, but for those who cannot attend, Samsung has also announced that the event will be streamed live through its various social media platforms.
In addition, Samsung has announced that it will begin offering its “US Reserve” promotions for any upcoming Galaxy devices starting today. From January 10th to February 1st, individuals who reserve a Galaxy S23 device through Samsung’s website or mobile app will be eligible for $50 in credit from Samsung. Additionally, those who preorder two devices will receive $100 in Samsung credit.
It is important to note that this is a non-binding offer, meaning that customers are only required to provide basic information to reserve a device and receive the credit, which can be used once the purchase is made. Reserving a device does not obligate the customer to make a purchase.
Lastly, Samsung has also mentioned that customers looking for discounts may consider trading in their old devices. Samsung’s website will offer competitive prices for traded-in Galaxy phones. Special promotions will also be available for eligible corporate partners, first responders, military personnel, and students. While Samsung did not mention any offers from its carrier partners, it is common for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon to offer attractive deals and rebates on Galaxy S series devices.