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Samsung will launch new products in Galaxy Unpacked 2023: How to watch

Samsung will launch new products in Galaxy Unpacked 2023: How to watch

is today! This Wednesday (1), Samsung The doors to technology launches will open with Galaxy Unpacked 2023, one of the company’s biggest events of the year.

The Korean giant is expected to introduce its new Galaxy S line of smartphones — which should be called the Galaxy S23, if it follows the line of its predecessor.

The announcement will be made live from San Francisco, California (USA) starting at 3:00 PM (Brasilia time). tilt He will follow the bulletins closely and cover them in real time to break down the news up to the moment.

The transmission can also be viewed on the official channels of the brand at YoutubeTikTok, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, in addition to the company’s official website in Brazil.

what are you expecting?

The stars of the event should be three new Galaxy S23 phones. According to the leaks, the size will be the same as the Galaxy S22 models launched last year:

  • Galaxy S23: 6.1 inch screen
  • Galaxy S23 +: 6.6 inch screen
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra: 6.8 inch screen

The Galaxy S23 and S23+ should have a very similar look, including the camera module and circular shape, while the S23 Ultra, the more compact version, could be “more boxy” and support the SPen – this line replaces the Galaxy Note.

Left to right: Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra; The look of the Galaxy S23 should follow last year’s lineup

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Healer. All three models should come with a custom version of the chip. Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 from Qualcomm, the most complex currently available. One of its differentiators is support for Ray Tracing, a technology used in video games to improve game details, such as lighting and image reflections.

cameras. On paper, the nominal camera capabilities seem very similar to those of the Galaxy S22. The main change should be in the size of the sensor (the bigger it is, the more light it can capture – even in low-light situations) and the use of AI to improve captured photos and videos.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to launch with four cameras. One of them will have a 200MP main sensor, with better ability to take photos and capture videos in dark environments.

The other three will be: 12MP in the ultra-wide lens, 10MP in the telephoto with 3x optical zoom and 10MP in the telephoto with 10x optical zoom.

The Galaxy S23 and S23+ siblings shouldn’t be far behind, but they will have three sensors on the back: 50MP in the main lens, 12MP in the ultra-wide angle and 10MP in the telephoto with 3x optical zoom.

memory. The Galaxy S23 Ultra can count on different capabilities. It is estimated that it will be possible to choose between 128GB, 255GB, 512GB and 1TB of storage, with 8GB and 12GB RAM options.

Meanwhile, variants of the S23 and S23+ can be found with 128GB or 512GB of storage and 8GB of RAM.

drums. The capacity should be 3900mAh (Galaxy S23), 4700mAh (Galaxy S23+), and 5000mAh (Galaxy S23 Ultra). The company may maintain its policy of not including a charger (that adapter that plugs into a socket), and only having a USB-C cable in the box.

Anyone interested in purchasing releases can register at The company’s website to receive news. If purchased after the sale has started, one will get one wireless charger.

You will only be entitled to the addon if you register by February 1st at 3pm.

Possible data sheet for releases:

Galaxy S23

  • Processor: Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
  • Screen: 6.1 inches FHD with a refresh rate of 120 Hz
  • Selfie camera: 12 megapixels
  • Rear cameras: 50MP (main), 12MP (ultrawide) and 10MP (telephoto with 3x optical zoom)
  • Memories: 128 GB / 512 GB (storage), 8 GB RAM
  • Battery: 3,900 mAh (with 25W fast charging support)

Galaxy S23 +

  • Processor: Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
  • Screen: 6.6 inches FHD with a refresh rate of 120 Hz
  • Selfie camera: 12 megapixels
  • Rear cameras: 50MP (main), 12MP (ultrawide) and 10MP (telephoto with 3x optical zoom)
  • Memories: 128 GB / 512 GB (storage), 8 GB RAM
  • Battery: 4,700 mAh (with 25W fast charging support)

Galaxy S23 Ultra

  • Processor: Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
  • Screen: 6.8 inches, 1440 pixels wide, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz
  • Selfie camera: 12 megapixels
  • Rear cameras: 200 MP (main), 12 MP (ultrawide), 10 MP (telephoto with 3x optical zoom) and 10 MP (telephoto with 10x digital zoom)
  • Memories: 128 GB / 256 GB / 512 GB, 1 TB (storage), 8 GB / 12 GB RAM
  • Battery: 5,000 mAh (with 45W fast charging support)

Galaxy Book 3: New Laptops in the Region?

In an official Samsung blog post, TM Roh, head of Samsung’s mobile division, wrote that the 2023 Galaxy Unpacked will feature a product that goes beyond mobile phones.

Rumors have it that it should be the company’s premium line of ultra-portable laptops, the Galaxy Book 3.

Five new models (from the simplest to the most advanced) can draw around:

  • Galaxy Book 3
  • Galaxy Book 3 360
  • Galaxy Book 3 Pro
  • Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360
  • Galaxy Book 3 Ultra

There are not many details about all of them yet. In general, they should be very thin models with different functions – some with a touch screen, some not.

According to the XDA Developers website, for example, the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 may come with an S Pen — the 360 ​​designation indicates that it can be “folded” and used as a tablet.

About the Galaxy Book 3 Pro line, the leaks point to two 14- and 16-inch versions, with a processor configuration ranging from Intel Core i5 1340P to Intel Core i7 1360p, as well as a maximum capacity of 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.

The most advanced, Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, has had most of the details leaked to date.

It is expected to feature a 16-inch OLED (a technology in which pixels self-illuminate, giving greater contrast to images) and a 3K (2880p x 1800p) touchscreen.

Samsung has to use a new touch-sensitivity technology paired with the screen — there’s usually an extra layer that allows this kind of interaction with the screen. In practice, the novelty will make the screen thinner and lighter, making the laptop body thinner.

It should have a Core i9 13900H processor, which is the most advanced from Intel, and support up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD storage.

The laptop can also come with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 video card with 8 GB of RAM – which enables the computer to be a professional device (for running video and photo editing applications) or for those who enjoy playing heavy games.

The Dolby Atmos sound system is likely to come with four built-in speakers, which should cause an immersive feeling.

*With information from The Verge, XDA Developers, and an article by Guilherme Tagiaroli

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