New smartphones expected to be released next February

New smartphones expected to be released next February
New smartphones expected to be released next February
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A number of major brands are preparing to launch their new releases of smartphones next February.
And according to what was reported by “Gadgets Now” website, the following is a list of phones from various brands that are expected to be launched next February:

Samsung Galaxy S23

At its first major event of 2023 “Galaxy Unpacked”, the tech giant is expected to launch a number of products alongside its next-generation smartphone series, the Galaxy S23 smartphone lineup.
The S23 will be Samsung’s first affordable flagship in 2023. The smartphone is likely to come with improved daylight camera performance and run on the latest second-generation Snapdragon 8 chipset. It is also rumored that the S23 Vanilla will have new color options.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus phone

The Galaxy S23 Plus is likely to come with a 6.6-inch screen, which is the same size as the Galaxy S22. However, some changes are expected such as the new single camera design and other changes.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra phone

Rumors indicate that Samsung may not bring any major design changes to the Ultra model, but it will be the most powerful and expensive model in the Galaxy S23 lineup, however, the company plans to add major improvements to the camera, performance and features in this model.
The S23 Ultra will have a new 200MP sensor and may be powered by the latest second-generation Snapdragon 8 chipset.

OnePlus 11 5G

OnePlus has already revealed the OnePlus 11 smartphone for its home market in China.
And the company announced an event on February 7, when the new smartphone is expected to be launched, and the “OnePlus 5G 11” may contain a 2K screen, and it may also contain the latest Snapdragon 8 chipset of the second generation.
The smartphone is also rumored to feature a 50MP triple rear camera setup, and may support 100W fast charging.

Xiaomi 13 Pro

The Xiaomi 13 Pro is expected to come with a larger screen, and it could come powered by the same chipset as the vanilla model.
The Pro version in the lineup is likely to have three 50MP rear sensors, and may support 120W fast charging.

Xiaomi 13

Xiaomi also launched the Xiaomi 13 series in China in December 2022.
The company is expected to unveil global models of the smartphone series at the MWC 2023 event, which will be held in Barcelona next month.
The Xiaomi 13 is likely to have a 120Hz AMOLED screen and may contain the latest second-generation Snapdragon 8 chipset.
This smartphone is expected to support 67W fast charging.
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IQO 7 neo

Vivo’s IQO has confirmed that the IQO 7 neo will be launched on February 17.
The smartphone will be available on Amazon.
This smartphone may also have a 120Hz AMOLED display and is expected to feature Snapdragon 8200 chipset.
It is also likely to include a triple camera setup that supports OIS and may support 120W fast charging.

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Realme GT neo 5

Realme is expected to launch the GT Neo 5 smartphone in February in China.
This smartphone may come with a charging capacity of 240 watts and will be the first phone to do so.

Realme 10 5G

Realme has recently launched 3 new smartphones within the Realme 10 series, which include Realme 10 Pro and Realme 10 Pro Plus, which support 5G technology, and Realme 10, which supports 4G technology.
The company plans to launch a 5G version of the Realme 10.
The upcoming smartphone may have similar specifications to the 4G model, and may feature a 50MP rear camera setup and support for 33W fast charging.

Vivo X90 series

The Vivo smartphone lineup includes the Vivo X90, Vivo X90 Pro and Vivo X90 Pro Plus smartphones.
The vivo X90 lineup is likely to include a triple rear camera backed by Zeiss optics and 120W fast charging.
These smartphones may also come with Vivo’s internal V2 image processing chipset.

Oppo 8T Reno phone

It is expected to have a 108MP main camera and Snapdragon 695 chipset.
The smartphone may have a 120Hz OLED screen, and it is likely to support 67W fast charging.

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