Connect with us


Samsung Galaxy devices launching in 2023 – March




2023 is going to be a blockbuster year, as we will get witnessing various new Galaxy product launches by Samsung. From Galaxy S flagship and Galaxy Z foldables to Galaxy A mid-rangers and Galaxy Watch/Buds, the year is packed with great new tech products.

Follow our socials → Google News, Telegram, Twitter, Facebook

Samsung launched the Galaxy S23 series on February 1st, 2023. In March 2023, the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 mid-range phones will go official and there’s a big event expected to happen in August. New lineups of foldables, tablets, and wearables are in Samsung’s pipeline.

Upcoming Samsung Galaxy devices in 2023:

Galaxy S Series

  1. Galaxy S23 FE 5G
    • Expected launch – September 2023

Galaxy Z Series

  1. Galaxy Z Fold 5
  2. Galaxy Z Flip 5
    • Expected launch – August 2023

Galaxy A Series

  1. Galaxy A34 5G – March 15
  2. Galaxy A54 5G – March 15
  3. Galaxy A54 4G
  4. Galaxy A14 4G

Galaxy Tab Series

  1. Galaxy Tab S9
  2. Galaxy Tab S9 Plus
  3. Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra
    • Expected launch – August 2023

Galaxy M Series

  1. Galaxy M54 5G – April 2023

Galaxy Watch Series

  1. Galaxy Watch 6
  2. Galaxy Watch 6 Pro
    • Expected launch – August 2023

Galaxy Buds Series

  1. Galaxy Buds 3 Pro
    • Expected launch – August 2023

Apart from the Galaxy devices mentioned above, Samsung will introduce more products such as budget and entry-level phones in 2023. The availability of these devices will be based region-wise, as we listed only those devices that would be available in major markets.

Leaks and rumors regarding upcoming Samsung devices and products continue to emerge. We will gather all the authentic news and let our readers know about the official news of product launches. You can bookmark this page to stay aware of what’s coming from Samsung throughout the year.

Upcoming One UI versions

  1. One UI 5.1.1 – August 2023
  2. One UI 6 (Beta) – July/August 2023
  3. One UI 6.0 (Official) – October 2023


  • One UI 5 is based on Android 13.
  • One UI 6 Beta and upcoming versions will be based on Android 14.


James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.


Samsung launches Galaxy self-repair program in South Korea



Samsung Self repair Service

Samsung Galaxy smartphone and laptop owners will be able to repair their products themselves. Today, Samsung announced the launch of the Galaxy self-repair program in South Korea, allowing consumers to repair their own products.

Thanks to the self-repair program, Korean consumers will not only be able to visit the Samsung Electronics service center and repair the product but will also be able to purchase the necessary parts online and perform the repair themselves.

Self-repair begins with some models and limited parts and will be gradually expanded in the future. Accurate repairable models and parts can be found on the official website. First, self-repair of Galaxy mobile products and some models of TVs becomes possible.

It starts with three models: Galaxy S20 ∙ S21 ∙ S22 series, Galaxy Book Pro 39.6cm (15.6- inch ) series laptops, and 80cm (32-inch) TV. Users of this model can purchase necessary parts and repair tools through the Samsung service website.

In the case of smartphones, self-repair is possible for three parts: the display, the back cover, and the charging port. A total of seven parts, including the touchpad and fingerprint recognition power button, are included in the subject of self-repair for laptops.

Once replaced, you can use the “self-repair helper app” to optimize the new part to work properly. Afterward, through the self-diagnosis function of the “Samsung Members App,” you can check whether or not there is an abnormality in the repair result.

Consumers who have completed self-repair can visit the service center or return some of the replaced parts and repair tools to Samsung through courier service and receive a refund of the eco-friendly deposit. Recovered parts are either recycled or lead to responsible disposal through inspection by Samsung.

Continue Reading


Google delayed its ‘dual’ foldable attack on Samsung



Samsung Fold Flip 4 One UI 5.1 T-Mobile

Google’s hardware product design director Ivy Ross recently participated in a podcast show, confirming that Google has a second Pixel foldable phone, but did not disclose other details. It’s like a delay in a dual attack on Samsung’s Galaxy foldable portfolio.

Ross simply said that the Pixel device would “beyond every existing foldable,” which also caused Google to delay the product launch. She said Ross said the decision to forego launching a second foldable Pixel device was due to strict requirements for quality and innovation.

The official further added that she is proud of the team’s ability to create a better experience than existing foldable phones. It was previously reported that Google is developing a clamshell foldable phone similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. It’s unclear whether Ross’s Pixel will be the rumored foldable phone.

Follow our socials → Google News, Telegram, Twitter, Facebook

| Via |

Continue Reading


Apple iPhones left Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in the dust in Q1 sales



Samsung Galaxy S23 May 2023 update canada

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is equipped with the fastest Snapdragon processor, 200-megapixel camera, power-efficient display, and the signature Galaxy design. Still, consumers in the high-end market prefer the Apple iPhone 14 and even 13 over it as shown in a recent Canalys report.

According to Canalys, Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro Max was the best-selling high-end smartphone in Q1 2023. iPhone 14 Pro was the runner-up, followed by iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 secured third and fourth spots. On the fifth, Galaxy S23 Ultra managed to make its place amid the iPhone tsunami.

Follow our socials → Google News, Telegram, Twitter, Facebook

Apple is rapidly growing its shipments in the high-end market, as it makes only premium phones. Samsung, on the other hand, unquestionably leads the global smartphone market, but with just the highest number of units shipped. Consumers who have a budget of over $500 prefer buying iPhone over Galaxy.

Apart from Ultra, the base Galaxy S23 is listed as seventh after the iPhone 14 Plus, while iPhone 12 was the ninth most-sold premium phone in the same duration. Samsung’s latest flagships were released in February, while the iPhone 14 landed last September, still, sales numbers are not favoring the S23 line.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Canalys high end 2023

| Canalys |

Continue Reading