Samsung Galaxy S23 reservations are closing — claim $50 before it's too late
By Patrick Farmer,
Galaxy Unpacked 2023 is happening this Wednesday, February 1st, which means the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is finally about to be unveiled. While we may not know much about the devices just yet (aside from rumors and speculation), you can already save $50 on the highly-anticipated smartphones, no strings attached.
It works like this. Simply fill out your name and email address on Samsung's reservation form and they'll send you a $50 credit once preorders go live. No payment is required today and there's no commitment should you change your mind later. The same deal applies to the new Galaxy Book laptop that is also expected to be announced on Wednesday, or you can reserve both the Galaxy S23 and the laptop and save a whopping $100. Not too shabby for a pair of devices that don't even have official names yet. Again, this is a zero-risk offer, the only catch is that you need to place your reservation before February 1st. That's less than two days away, so don't wait.
Get $50 off the Galaxy S23 before it's even announced
The next Galaxy Unpacked event doesn't arrive until February 1st, but you can reserve your preorder today and get $50 off the next Galaxy smartphone, $50 off the next Galaxy Book, or $100 if you reserve them together. All they need is your name and email address. The offer only lasts until the announcement event, so don't wait. View Deal
Although the phones haven't been officially revealed, we already know a good bit about the Samsung Galaxy S23 series , thanks to some fairly reputable leaks. Naturally, you should take this information with a grain of salt, but it seems quite logical that the S23 lineup will feature three phones, just like its predecessor: the S23, the S23 Plus, and the S23 Ultra. The main difference between these phones and the S22 series will likely be the upgraded Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and the 200MP camera sensor that's rumored to be found on the S23 Ultra.
We'll know more Wednesday, but in the meantime, we suggest signing up for the reservation program to save a little cash. After all, what do you have to lose?
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