Official Samsung Unpacked 2023 Livestream: How to watch Galaxy S23 launch event
Samsung is unveiling the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra flagship smartphones today. It’s officially confirmed that it is an in-person event in San Francisco in the United States. However, Samsung fans can also watch the Galaxy Unpacked February 2023 Livestream.
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Samsung Unpacked February 2023 Livestream
Are you excited about the launch event of the Galaxy S23 flagship series? Below, we are listing all the official ways where you can witness the 2023’s first mega show – Samsung Unpacked February 2023 through Livestream. Although the premiere video is not available at the moment, it will be added shortly.
What to expect
From a custom Snapdragon chipset to the highest resolution camera sensor, the Galaxy S23 series is ready to blow your mind. Similar to conventional strategy, the upcoming S lineup consists of three 5 G-supported models: Galaxy S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra.
The Korean tech giant partnered with Qualcomm to bring Snapdragon 8 Gen 2-powered Galaxy S23 smartphones to all consumers. At the same time, the Galaxy S23 Ultra features a massive 200MP camera sensor to set new standard of photography.
Besides, the Ultra could continue 12MP ultrawide with autofocus, a 10MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom, and a 10MP telephoto with 10x optical zoom. Vanilla S23 and S23 Plus feature 50MP primary camera with OIS, a 12MP ultrawide, and a 10x telephoto with 3x optical zoom, alongside a 12MP selfie camera.
Aside from this, the Galaxy S23 lineup runs Android 13-based One UI 5.1 software pre-installed. And Samsung’s impressive software policy will make them eligible for major upgrades up to Android 17-based One UI 9.0 (tentative name) as well as regular patches until February 2028.
The battery capacity of the Galaxy S23 could be 3,900mAh, Galaxy S23 Plus’ 4,700mAh, whereas the Galaxy S23 Ultra’ 5,000mAh. Samsung’s 45W fast charging support is likely to be expanded to S23 Plus, leaving the exclusivity to Ultra variant.
Here’s everything Samsung launching at Galaxy Unpacked February 2023: S23, Book3, One UI 5.1, and more
Samsung Galaxy tablets getting new Google Drive design with navigation rail
Google has started rolling out a new update for the Drive app via the Play Store. The latest update of Google Drive brings a number of upgrades to well optimize the app for Android tablets such as the Samsung Galaxy tablets.
The company revamped the Google Drive app to take advantage of the larger screen, giving Android tablet users a next-level experience. It has also optimized the visual components to make it easier for users to navigate the app.
According to the official information of Workspace, the company has shifted the navigation bar of Google Drive to the side. Earlier the navigation bar was at the bottom, now it has been changed to a side-mounted rail which is on the left.
The company has now mentioned the navigation bar options Home, Starred, Share, and Files with their names as well as added the Plus option on this rail top. This means that you can now see all these options in the side-mounted navigation bar.
The top search bar no longer uses the full width of the screen, as it has been reduced to a limited oval-shaped area. Right next to this search bar in the right corner, you can see Help, Settings, and Profile options.
The company has also customized the Suggested and Notification sections, now you can see both options in the left corner below the search bar. Samsung Galaxy tablet users can enjoy the well-optimized interface of Google Drive
It is worth mentioning that the update is currently rolling out for those workspace accounts that enrolled for Rapid Release while the company will make it widely available from April 3, 2023.
Samsung One UI 6.0 might add another eye-saving screen feature
Google is reportedly testing a new Android feature, which might auto-adjust screen brightness even if the device is locked. This new eye-saving screen feature will be quite useful in a dark room or nighttime conditions and we believe, Samsung will bring it with One UI 6.0.
Samsung One UI 6.0 to bring new eye-saving screen feature
As spotted by Mishaal Rahman, Google appears to be working on using the “brightness sensor to determine the screen’s initial brightness.” The new function is likely to help your Android device to take the ambient light into account to ensure the screen is not too bright in a dark room or low-light environment.
The company has recently released the Android 13 QPR2’s source code, which includes various code changes, as part of the preparation for upcoming features to the OS. The auto-screen brightness feature will ensure that your phone’s screen brightness doesn’t harm your eyes when you move to a dark environment from a bright one.
As of now, it’s unclear whether Google will make it official with the next Pixel Feature Drop in June or keep it reserved for the next version of Android, likely to release in August this year. Anyway, we have to wait until later this year to see if Samsung brings it to the One UI 6.0 software.
“Use a brightness sensor to determine the screen’s initial brightness”
Test: Use the device in a bright room, turn the screen off, go to a dark room, turn the screen on, see that the screen doesn’t start as too bright. Source/Via
Samsung Galaxy devices already have the Eye comfort shield feature, which reduces the impact of screen brightness on your eyes. This function was added with One UI 4, and further refined with the new One UI 5 software. However, the device makes you uncomfortable when you trigger an initial screen unlock.
Over the past few years, the Android operating system greatly improved the auto-brightness functionality. Samsung has also made additional improvements in One UI so your Galaxy device won’t make any kind of impact on your eyes. However, these kinds of further upgrades are most welcomed.
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How To Register Your Samsung Galaxy Device For Warranty?
When you get a brand-new Samsung device, the first thing you want to do is set it up and start using it. And that’s only natural as the company introduces incredible Galaxy products. But the second thing you should do when you buy a new Samsung Galaxy device is to register it on the Members app for warranty.
If you ever need customer service, all the product details are instantly available, making it easier to find any info you might need. You can also download the latest manuals so you can make the most of your product. In addition to this, you can also get an extended warranty for certain products.
“When you register your Galaxy devices on the Samsung Members app, you get a number of benefits including online warranty status.”
How to register your Galaxy device using Samsung Members app:
First, open the Samsung Members app, then tap Support, then tap register. Here, you have several options for how to register your product:
- Tap “Scan” under QR code. To use this feature, you’ll need to allow permissions in settings
- Scan the QR code on the sticker. You can normally find this on the back side of the product or the packaging it came in
- Select what kind of product you’re registering
- You may need to add some more product details to complete the registration
- Tap “Scan” under Wi-Fi
- The product will appear on the screen
- Select the product type
Manual input or barcode
- Tap “Enter info” under Manual input or barcode
- Select your product type
- Manually input your product details
You can also tap the barcode icon to scan the product’s barcode. If you want to use this feature, you’ll need to allow permissions in the settings
- Tap “Register”
Have you registered your Galaxy devices in the Samsung Members app? You can find out all your registered product using the My products button.