A blog post was written by TM Roh, CEO of Samsung, ahead of the February 1 Unpacked event, where the Galaxy S23 series will be unveiled. It discusses the company’s plans, promises new performance standards, and pledges environmental responsibility.
In the post, TM Roh discusses new performance standards in terms of camera capabilities and raw performance. He claims that various upgrades to the hardware and software will enable the new Galaxy S23 series to provide a camera experience that is even smarter and more refined. Consequently, new and improved camera software and sensors, as anticipated at the time.
Roh also suggests that the most recent Galaxy S series will be powered by Samsung’s new chipset, resulting in the fastest and smoothest Galaxy S experience. It is anticipated that the company will switch from its Exynos chips to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
The official statement briefly discusses the Galaxy S23 Ultra and how it combines the discontinued Note and its S Pen with the mainstream appeal of the Galaxy S line. The S23 from this year will also be useful in additional device categories. We’re intrigued.
Last but not least, Samsung claims to expand on its September-announced environmental strategy and include even more recycled materials in its smartphones without sacrificing quality or durability. After all, extending smartphones’ lifespan will undoubtedly reduce electronic waste.
Samsung appears to be doing a pretty good job of this by promising at least four years of major software updates to its flagship devices, which is another way to extend the life cycle of its smartphones.