Samsung Galaxy S23 family to launch on February 1
Samsung's Galaxy S23 series has been leaking a lot lately, which naturally makes us think the official reveal is just around the corner. And today that's exactly what seems to have been confirmed.
According to not one, but two generally reliable tipsters/leaksters, the Galaxy S23 family's unveiling will take place on February 1. That's eight days sooner than last year's introduction of the S22 models, and both Ice Universe and @OnLeaks agree on the date. While this of course doesn't serve as official confirmation, if it's accurate then we expect Samsung to issue the official invites for the event in the next few days or weeks, and we'll let you know when that happens.
The Galaxy S23 was recently spotted on Geekbench another time. All S23 devices will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, a notable change for people who live in markets where previously only Exynos models were sold. In fact, Europe might even get an exclusive slightly overclocked version of the chipset, if past rumors and leaks hold true.
- 13 Jan 2023
sd cards is important to me so no sd card= no buy.
- 24 Dec 2022
Can't you use ADB to uninstall them? I never had a Samsung so I don't know if it works, currently using my 3rd Oneplus device, and any app can be uninstalled with ADB.
- 23 Dec 2022