It has been quite some time since Samsung Galaxy S23 was reported. The specifications of the upcoming smartphones have already been leaked and rumored. According to a new report, the Korean company will launch the Galaxy S23 series at the Unpacked event in the first week of February.

Korean media report that Samsung Electronics will host its Galaxy S23 Unpacked event in February 2023, citing an executive with knowledge of the matter. “The S23 series will be demonstrated at our own Unpacked event in February,” said the source.

Neither the city nor the launch date was provided by the executive, but the publication claims the event could take place in San Francisco. Since the pandemic, this will be the first Unpacked event in person.

A recent report contradicts rumors that the company might unveil the device at CES 2023. There are very slim chances that Samsung will launch a Galaxy S device at CES since it has never done so before.


There will be three models in the Galaxy S23 lineup, the Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23 Plus, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. There will be no Exynos chipset in any region this time, with all smartphones powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoCs. According to reports, the processor is faster than actual models, providing a slight performance boost.