Samsung is set to unveil several new devices tonight, including the high-end Galaxy S23 as well as Galaxy Book laptops. Here’s how you can follow the conference live.
Like every beginning of the year, Samsung is preparing to launch a whole bunch of new devices ahead of MWC 2023, on the occasion of his own Galaxy Unpacked conference. No more rumors and various leaks that have revealed almost everything in recent weeks, it’s finally the opportunity to officially discover what Samsung is preparing for 2023.
All information will be revealed during a livestreamed event on YouTube. You don’t want to miss anything from this presentation? Follow the guide.
How to follow the S23 launch conference?
- When was the conference : this Wednesday 1er february
- What time will the live start : at 7 p.m. (French time)
- How to watch the conference : here on the site using the YouTube video just above
- How long is the live : a little over an hour
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS PRESENTATION?
Unsurprisingly, the Samsung Unpacked this year will be the opportunity to discover a whole new series of high-end smartphones. A total of three phones will be unveiled : the Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23+ and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. None should be a real revolution compared to previous generations. However, everyone will benefit from some interesting new features, including the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. More powerful and more energy efficient, it promises to significantly improve the autonomy of smartphones. All eyes will likely be on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, as this model will offer the most changes.
With its Galaxy S23, Samsung is also expected to launch a new series of laptops. In total, we expect to see five new PCs, which have also been the subject of numerous leaks in recent weeks. We will find the Galaxy Book 3, the Galaxy Book 3 Pro, the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, the Galaxy Book 3 360 as well as the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360. The latter two will benefit from a more advanced hinge allowing them to transform into a tablet , but also a stylus for their touch screen.