On Wednesday, Samsung declared that it will host its yearly Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1, 2023. The South Korean tech giant has already begun pre-bookings for its upcoming flagship Galaxy S-series smartphones in India. Even though the company didn’t reveal the names of the handsets, it’s expected to launch the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra. Consumers who reserve a spot through the Galaxy Pre-reserve VIP Pass are entitled to benefits worth Rs. 5,000. The latest series is the successor of the Galaxy S22 series that was unveiled last year.
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Those who would like to guarantee that they get their hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S series smartphones as soon as possible can pay a token amount of Rs. 1,999 and purchase a ‘Next Galaxy VIP Pass‘ on the Samsung India website. Pre-booking can be done through Samsung exclusive stores, Amazon, and other major retail outlets prior to the phones being made available for sale.
Customers who pre-book the device will be able to take advantage of rewards worth Rs. 5,000. Those who buy and activate the device before March 31 are eligible for this benefit. Additionally, Samsung is providing a Samsung.com coupon valued at Rs. 6,999 as a pre-reserve incentive. Those who sign in via the Samsung Shop App can get a Welcome voucher up to Rs. 2,000 as well as 2 percent loyalty points.
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At the Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event, Samsung will be launching the Galaxy S23 series and Galaxy Book 3 series. It will start at 11:30pm IST on February 1 and will be streamed live on the company’s official channels. If a customer pre-reserves the phone, they will get a coupon and the Rs. 1,999 fee will be deducted from the pre-booking price. If the coupon is not utilised within the pre-book period, then this amount will be refunded to the original source of payment.
Rumors are swirling that the upcoming Galaxy S23 series will be powered by the most recent Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. Renders of the phones indicate a triple camera array on the back of the S23 models, and potentially a quad camera setup with a 200-megapixel primary sensor on the S23 Ultra. Prices are expected to be in line with the Galaxy S22 range.