Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S23 series on February 1st at its Unpacked event. The phones’ full specifications have been revealed. The phone’s storage is said to be UFS 4.0, but the entry-level 128GB Galaxy S23 model is said to be UFS 3.1.
The Galaxy S22+ had a 128GB model, but the Galaxy S23+ appears to start with a 256GB model. According to reports, the new move will keep the same $799.99 price in the US market.
However, due to inflation, the Galaxy S23’s price is expected to rise in other countries. It is expected to start at 949 euros (approximately Rs. 84,130) for the base 8GB + 128GB version, up from 849 euros (approximately Rs. 75,270) for the predecessor.
The S23 is also said to use Wi-Fi 6E instead of Wi-Fi 7 in the S23+, to have a thicker bezel, and to have a less powerful vibration monitor than the S23+. Earlier rumours suggested that the S23 will use 25W charging rather than the older models’ 45W charging.
When the phones go official in a few days, we should have all the details, including the official price.