The Samsung Galaxy S23 will be the company’s flagship for 2023. It is almost certain that that’s the name that will be used for the S22’s successors.
It can be remembered that after the Galaxy S10 variants, Samsung adapted to using the year as part of its flagship’s name. Thus, we didn’t see the release of S11, instead we received the S20, which was released in 2020. It was succeeded by S21 a year later, and then S22 which was released just a few weeks back.
But shortly after the Galaxy S22 was released, we started hearing rumors about the Galaxy S23, although that doesn’t seem to be the name the company is using internally.
Twitter tipster that goes by the name Ross Young said to hear Samsung’s Project Diamond as the new flagship for next year.
Galaxy S23 Variants
We can always expect three models or variants of the flagship, namely; Galaxy S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra.
The S23 being the base model and will expectedly have lower hardware specs targeting upscale users that aren’t after the most powerful smartphones but devices that have good reputation and are reasonably pricey.
People who are looking for power smartphones but aren’t after high-spec cameras might buy the Galaxy S23 Plus. However, people who are after super powerful devices with pro features will definitely find comfort in S23 Ultra.
Galaxy S23 Release Date
The Galaxy S23 will probably be released early in 2023 and that’s based on Samsung’s history in releasing its flagship devices; so it’s either January or February.
Take a look at the past flagship releases of Samsung:
- Galaxy S22: February 9, 2022
- Galaxy S21: January 14, 2021
- Galaxy S20: February 11, 2020
- Galaxy S10: February 20, 2019
- Galaxy S9: February 25, 2018
While the release date is the same globally, some people might receive it later than others depending on the region you’re living.
People living in Korea, the US and Europe might be able to get their hands on the new device earlier than the rest of the world.