Android lovers rejoice! Samsung has announced that it will be unveiling new devices on February 1 at Samsung Unpacked. Some of the devices that will be released include the next Galaxy smartphone and the newest Galaxy Book laptop. That’s not a long wait as customers can reserve these items in advance, if you are waiting to upgrade your current devices.
Samsung has launched a reservation page for reserving both of the above-mentioned products. Making a reservation doesn’t mean that you are pre-ordering the device. You don’t have to submit any payment information. The reservation requires your name and email id. Reserving either a Galaxy smartphone or a Galaxy Book laptop will get you $50 Samsung Credit. If you reserve both, your free credit becomes $100. You will get a notification when the new devices are ready for purchase.
Samsung has been teasing a Galaxy S23 series. There is a teaser video that says “made for Moonlight” leading us to believe that shots taken in the dark will see an improvement when compared with earlier models of its flagship phone. The battery, screen and processor are also expected to get an upgrade.
Going by earlier launches 3 smartphones can be expected at Samsung Unpacked—an S23, an S23+ and an S23 Ultra, whose price could cross $1000.
The new laptops expected to launch could be Galaxy Book 3 series. An upgrade to the 13th Gen Intel Core processor, taller screens and a mixture of models are expected at the reveal.
Samsung Unpacked will be live on February 1 at 1 p.m. ET. It is the first in person event in the last three years. It will be held in San Francisco. For those who are unable to attend, the event will be live streamed on different social media platforms.
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