Samsung CEO TM Roh has a blog post ahead of the Unpacked event on February 1st, where we’ll see the debut of the Galaxy S01 series. It talks about the company’s plans for the future, promising new performance standards and environmental commitments.
In the post, TM Roh talks about the new performance standard, not only in terms of raw performance but also camera capabilities. He said that the new Galaxy S23 series will provide a smarter and more refined camera experience through various hardware and software upgrades. So new and improved camera software and a new sensor, as expected at the time.
Roh also hinted at Samsung’s new chipset powering the latest Galaxy S series, resulting in the fastest and smoothest Galaxy S experience ever. The company is expected to ditch its own Exynos chipset in favor of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
The official statement touches a bit on the Galaxy S01 Ultra and how it combines the best of both worlds – the discontinued Note with its S Pen and the mainstream appeal of the Galaxy S series . This year’s S23 will be available in more device categories. Let us be interested.
Finally, Samsung says it is doubling down on its environmental strategy announced in September, which will see the smartphone maker use more recycled materials without compromising quality and durability. After all, extending the lifespan of smartphones will certainly reduce e-waste. Another way to extend the lifecycle of its smartphones is to offer software updates for a longer period of time, and Samsung seems to be doing a good job of this, committing to at least 4 years of major software updates for its flagship devices.