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Samsung Teases Latest Galaxy S Smartphone, Set For February 2

Samsung Galaxy S23 Unpacked

It is official! Samsung has finally teased what seems to be the Galaxy S23 smartphone in a video today.

For the first time in three years, Samsung Electronics will hold an in-person Unpacked event in San Francisco, on February 2, at 02:00AM Malaysian Time.

The teaser image and video seems to hint at three camera lenses, which could be the main feature of the latest phone.

From now until February 2, register your interest at the official website to receive first hand updates on Samsung’s newest innovations and also a RM200 Samsung e-voucher.

The event will be streamed live Samsung Malaysia YouTube, Samsung Malaysia Official Website, and Samsung Malaysia Facebook.

Written By

Part-time gamer, writer, & full time weird coffee person.

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