A new report adds credibility to earlier rumors that Samsung will indeed hold the Galaxy S24 Unpacked event in mid-January and in the US.
The report by Korean outlet Biz SBS points to January 17 as the specific date for the event. It's interesting to note that insider Ice Universe suggested a January 18 date for the event, but with the time difference between China and the US both might be correct.
Reportedly, Samsung is looking for the Galaxy S24 launch to boost its revenues after slowing down semiconductor sales.
Additionally, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S23 FE in South Korea on December 1, priced at KRW 800,000 (€570, INR 50,500, converted). It's the first Galaxy S FE model sold in Samsung's home market for since 2020.
Its so hilarious reading all the comments from people who will pretty much never buy the phone anyways. But just for the hell of it, here's my take: I sincerely wish the big tech companies stop hogging up all of TSMC's ship allocations so...
I seriously wonder just how someone can have so few and insignificant issues in their life, that they end up being mad about design variety on roughly chocolate bar sized device that basically no more than electronics sandwiched between a camera and ...
Dude, you look like a clown. Samsungs flagships have consistently been good, the only bad thing is the Exynos version sold in half of the world, the S23 series being excluded.