Samsung has started taking pre- reservations for the Galaxy S23 smartphone series in India. Interested customers can purchase a VIP pass to book the next flagship Galaxy S-series smartphones. Customers can pre-reserve the smartphone by paying Rs 1,999. The smartphone maker has also revealed that the customers who will pre-reserve the smartphone will also get benefits worth Rs 5,000.
Here is how you can pre-reserve a Samsung Galaxy S23 series smartphone
- First, click on the pre-reserve button on Samsung India website
- Now make a payment of Rs 1,999
- After this, you will receive the Galaxy Pre-reserve VIP Pass through email and message on your registered mobile number.
- The email will give you the details about the pre-reserve benefits
- You can later visit samsung.com & purchase the next Galaxy using your coupon to avail of exciting benefits.
Samsung has also started taking bookings for the Galaxy S23 series smartphones in the US. Customers can book a spot by paying $50 for the yet-to-launch smartphones. The money deposited will automatically go towards the Samsung Store credit once the phones are available. Along with the upcoming Galaxy S23 series smartphones, customers can also reserve the Galaxy Book laptop by paying $50.
Samsung Galaxy S23 series likely specs
A recent online report revealed the likely details about the upcoming Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphones. As per a report by galaxyclub, the Samsung Galaxy S23+ could pack a 4,700mAh battery, which is about 100mAh bigger than the one in the Galaxy S22+. The top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra, however, is said to pack a 5,000mAh battery, which is identical to what is found in the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The report further adds that the Galaxy S23 may get an improved 12MP front camera sensor but the telephoto camera is reported to carry the same 10MP sensor and 3x optical zoom capability. It is also claimed that the sensor in the ultra-wide angle camera won’t change much. The Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ are said to feature the same 12MP ultra-wide angle camera as it was in their predecessors. The report further notes there is no clarity on whether the Galaxy S23 Ultra will get the same 12MP sensor as its siblings or not.
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