In February 2023, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is anticipated to debut. The Samsung Galaxy S23, Samsung Galaxy S23+, and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will most likely be included in the series.
The specifications, features, and design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series of smartphones have already been well-covered in rumours, and today, the plain Samsung Galaxy S23 was discovered on the websites of the Indian BIS certification agency and the Thai NBTC, providing further evidence of a soon-to-be-announced launch.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 (with the model number Samsung SM-S911B/DS) has recently been certified, as can be seen in the certification photographs above, which were discovered by tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings). The Samsung Galaxy S23 will indeed be a 5G gadget, which was pretty much a certainty anyhow, according to the NBTC certification website.
What matters is that the NBTC certification connects the model number with the name Samsung Galaxy S23. The Samsung Galaxy S23 introduction in India, or the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series as a whole, has been essentially confirmed by the discovery of the identical model number on the Indian BIS certification website.
Specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S23 (expected)
According to rumours, the Samsung Galaxy S23 would have a 6.1-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. The newest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU will likely be found within the gadget, along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of internal storage.
Samsung Galaxy S23 receives the NBTC certification and the Indian BIS certification. Launch imminent.#Samsung #SamsungGalaxyS23 #SamsungGalaxyS23series pic.twitter.com/RhmoSdzeOz— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) December 14, 2022
The Samsung Galaxy S23 is anticipated to include a triple back camera configuration of 50MP, 12MP, and 10MP as well as a 10MP front-facing camera. And last, the gadget will probably have a 3,900mAh battery. You can refer to our earlier coverage of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series to learn more.
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