Samsung’s latest folding phones, the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4, were just released in August.
It is now rumored that Samsung intends to advance the schedule of the Galaxy S23 series conference.
It will be unveiled as soon as December 23 and will be available on January 6 next year (the Galaxy S22 series were unveiled on February 9 this year and was available on the 25th).
This rumor started as a propaganda poster posted by Twitter user @OreXda; it was only shortly after that, @OreXda clarified with the tweet that the propaganda poster was made by the telecom company, and it is difficult to verify the date.
That being said, rumors have long circulated that the Galaxy S23 will be released earlier than ever.
“mysmartprice” reported that three models of Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra have appeared on the website of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). Samsung Galaxy S23 will compete against recently launched iPhone 14 series.
These are all signs that Samsung’s next Unpacked event won’t be too far away, and it wouldn’t be too surprising if Samsung announces a new phone in December or January next year.
As for why the Galaxy S23 was released earlier? Some people think that Samsung wants to keep the Galaxy S23 series and the next generation of folding products (Galaxy Z Fold5, Galaxy Z Flip5) a little longer.