How to watch Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event online

You have probably seen the teasers from Samsung already. The company is set to hold its Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 21:30 local time. 

It’s the day we expect to see Samsung unveil the Galaxy S23 series, including the Galaxy S23 Ultra, but of course, there’s more than just phones to see at the event.

Also, this will be the first time Samsung in three years Samsung will be holding an in-person Unpacked event

‘’Join us as one of the first to see the new premium Galaxy innovations.’’ the company says.

There’s so much to look forward to from Samsung ahead of this Unpacked event. The company already released a teaser video hinting that epic nights are coming soon. You can check out the teaser video below. 

‘’This year, the Galaxy S series has extended its innovation heritage by doubling down on its fundamentals. That is why the pro-grade camera system is getting smarter, offering the best photos and videos in any light among the Galaxy smartphones’’ the company says.

As we mentioned, we are expecting Samsung to show off three new models of the Galaxy S series — the larger Galaxy S23 Plus,  Galaxy S23 Ultra and the standard Galaxy S23.

How to stream the Samsung Unpacked  2023 event

You can watch the Samsung Unpacked 2023 live-stream event on or on Samsung’s YouTube channel

Samsung’s local office will also be holding an in-person event with select local media to showcase these latest Samsung products. 

These promise hands-on opportunities from February 1 onwards. 

You can also follow our Twitter page for real-time updates on the same during the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event. 

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