All eyes are on the Samsung Galaxy S23 series since it will be the first significant global release of a significant smartphone line in 2023.According to new leaks, the series will purportedly be powered by a Samsung Foundry Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU that has been overclocked compared to the standard one. According to rumours, the chip's X3 high-performance core will operate at 3.32GHz as opposed to 3.2GHz for the identical core on the standard TSMC manufactured Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
Many reports have focused on the primary camera on the back of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is rumoured to include a 200MP image sensor that is different from the 200MP sensor made by Samsung used on the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra.
The most recent rumour concerning the Galaxy S23 series is provided by a tipster (via NotebookCheck), who claims that he anticipates the phones' release in mid- to late February. He continues by saying that Samsung's inability to decide on a final price structure for the range is the reason for the delay in the S23 series phones' anticipated availability.
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Pricing is crucial, especially in the highly competitive market for premium smartphones. It's possible that Samsung may require more time to ensure that it understands the market in terms of supply and demand, competition, the economy, and other aspects. For comparison the iPhone 14 pro max has seen no price hike in the US but in other countries it has seen a big price hike. If the tipster is right, there won't be a significant wait. The tweet suggests that the delay might only last two weeks or less.
Please note that we are unable to provide you with a precise release date for the Galaxy S23 series as of now cause until we hear from Samsung directly, we can only speculate. The phones are often presented at a Samsung event called "Unpacked" around Feb every year before the MWC event.