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The event itself was held in San Francisco, California, which made this the first in-person Samsung Unpacked event since the pandemic.
Members of the press, including ZDNET's Jason Cipriani, were welcome attend in person.
The general public, however, didn't have to miss out on the fun. The event was livestreamed in its entirety.
How to watch Samsung Unpacked 2023 if you missed it?
If you missed the event and still want to see the spectacle, no worries, the event's livestream is available on Samsung's YouTube channel.
What to expect from Samsung Unpacked?
At Samsung Unpacked, Samsung unveiled its newest smartphone lineup, a trio of S-series phones. The new phones follow their typical naming scheme with the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. The highlight of these phones include its new upgraded camera.
In addition to the smartphone announcement, Samsung also announced its Galaxy Book 3 laptop lineup, featuring its first Ultra laptop. The three new models include the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, Galaxy Book 3 Pro in 14 and 16-inch sizes, and the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360.
This Unpacked event lacked any tablet, smartwatch, or earbud announcements.
Can you pre-order any of the new products?
If you think you are interested in purchasing any of the new Galaxy Smartphones or Galaxy Books, you can take advantage of Samsung's pre-order offers. By pre-ordering a new S23 family smartphone on Samsung's site before Feb. 16, you are eligible for a free storage upgrade and up to a $100 Samsung credit.