How to follow the Samsung Galaxy S23 announcement?

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The first Galaxy Unpacked of 2023 is set to introduce the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra, along with likely Galaxy Books. It takes place on February 1, 2023 at 7:00 p.m.

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After months of data sheets in the wild, stolen photos, and other leaks of all sorts, it’s finally time for Samsung to officially unveil the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra.

How to follow the Samsung conference live?

Galaxy Unpacked takes place this Wednesday, February 1, starting at 7 pm If you want to follow the announcements live, you can go to the Korean giant’s YouTube channel.

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You can also follow the conference with us on our Twitch channel. On the set will be present Arnaud Gelineau (animator frandroid), Nicholas Lellouche (numeral) and Omar Belkaab (frandroid).

What products are expected for this conference?

Without revealing anything, it seems very clear that the Samsung Galaxy S23 will be the stars of the evening. All three phones have been the subject of multiple leaks and Samsung has even confirmed things like the presence of a 200-megapixel sensor in the lineup. The main novelty this year would be based on the performance of the three phones, since we should finally see the transition to Snapdragon for Europe.

For the rest of the products expected tonight, we’re also expecting the launch of Galaxy Books, laptops that look like MacBooks, some of which have the ability to rotate their screen 360 degrees.

Samsung should also present the latest version of its interface, One UI 5.1. We await news of future Galaxy tablets, but there have been no rumors suggesting a launch in this direction in recent weeks. As for watches, headphones or folding smartphones, Samsung usually bets on the month of August.

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