Launch of the Galaxy S23 Series Could Be Ahead of Schedule

The Samsung Galaxy S23 series may go on sale sooner than planned, claims a reputable informant. Ice Universe took to Twitter to give some of his knowledge about the Galaxy S23 series and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.

THE GALAXY S23 SERIES COULD debut earlier than you anticipate. He claims that because the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is “fast-paced,” the release date of the upcoming Android flagship phone may accelerate overall. In November, new models will be available, and the Galaxy S23 series will also be “issued early,” he continues.

Although his English is not perfect, it appears that he is saying that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 might be made available sooner than anticipated. As a result, that will have an impact on the release dates of different firms’ smartphones with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processors.

Advertisement Launched on February 9 of the previous year, the Galaxy S22 series. The Galaxy S23 series was anticipated to debut simultaneously. That might not be the case, though; according to this information, the Galaxy S23 series might be out sooner than anticipated.

RELEASE IN JANUARY 2023 IS POSSIBLE nonetheless, when? A December announcement is still incredibly unlikely, but there’s a chance it may happen in January. Mid-January 2021 saw the launch of the Galaxy S21 series, thus Samsung might follow suit with the Galaxy S23 series.

Take this information with a grain of salt, though, as we are still quite a ways out from that time range. But since Ice Universe usually provides accurate information, we’ll see.

Advertisement Recall that the Galaxy S23 and S23 have already been discovered. The two phones were already depicted in CAD-based renders, giving us our first glimpse at their appearances. Probably their ultimate designs are these.

Both devices will have rear cameras that resemble those on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, so that will be one significant distinction that can be seen there. To put it another way, each camera sensor will stick out directly from the backplate.


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