A Brief Look At What To Expect From Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S, And Google Pixel In 2023

Posted by iCoverLover on Jan 11, 2023

New year, new phones. If you can remember, rumours about the new devices that are to be released this year by popular brands like Apple, Samsung, and Google have been buzzing ever since last year. So, this blog post will discuss a brief overview of the smartphones to expect from these companies. Let's review the most anticipated phones in 2023.

Apple iPhone 

First, the Apple iPhone 15, which was announced to be released in early September 2023, will be addressed. Apple is speculated to release this new mobile phone in September 2023 because they always launch a brand new iPhone in September. 

Apple has adopted the USB-C charging port, which should be looked out for in their new generations of iPhones.

iPhone - unpack a new device

However, the company hasn't confirmed if the USB-C port will be released with the new phones in 2023 or if it will be launched globally.

However, there's a certainty that there will be obvious changes to the iPhone 15 camera alongside a new processing unit. It is believed that the A17 chip will be used in the iPhone 15 and may potentially focus more on battery life improvements than processing power. According to Ming-Chi Kuo - Apple's security analyst, there will be a drastic change in the iPhone 15 Pro compared to the iPhone 15.

Ming-Chi Kuo also said that there'd be a difference between the screen size of the iPhone 15 Pro and the Pro Max.

The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will likely both support the latest features and technologies, making them ideal for those who want the most advanced device on the market, with the Pro Max being the larger and more expensive option.

Samsung Galaxy S

Moving forward, we are expecting a new Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup from Samsung this year, most likely at their Galaxy Unpacked 2023 – Part 1 event on February 1st. 

Samsung Galaxy - camera closeup

As rumoured, there will be changes in the design and updates of the cameras. As leaked by "ice universe" on Twitter, we can expect a 200-megapixel on the Samsung Galaxy S23 primary sensor. 

If this should be the case, then this will be a huge difference from the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra with a 108-megapixel sensor. Although there isn't much information about this device's processor, software, and performance. The Samsung Galaxy S23 and other new phones that will be released will probably use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 to provide users with a powerful and efficient experience, allowing them to use their devices for a variety of tasks.

This chipset would give the S23 a better performance than its predecessors, with improved AI that can set you apart from your background. People from all walks of life are sure to appreciate the value of this phone when it is released, as it is sure to offer features and capabilities that will make it worth any price tag it is given.

Google Pixel

Google Pixel phoneIt is expected Google will launch the Pixel 7a and Pixel 8 lineup this year. The Google Pixel 7a could be launched either in the fall or winter and should be an upgrade to the Google Pixel 6a. 

The Google Pixel 7a will include 90 Hz and wireless charging, and it's likely to be powered by a similar Tensor GS201 chip to the Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. The Pixel 7a is expected to have an OLED display, likely measuring 6.1 inches with a resolution of 2400 x 1080.

Moving forward, there is no detailed information about the Google Pixel 8, but this mobile phone will most likely run on Android 14. Once a release date is known, we will let you know.


You can expect an iPhone 15 lineup, new Samsung Galaxy S23 models, Google Pixel 7a, and Google Pixel 8 lineup this year from popular mobile brands like Apple, Samsung, and Google. With so many new smartphones coming out this year, there's a lot to consider when deciding which one is best for you; from the latest features to the design, taking the best photos, there's a lot to consider before making your purchase.  If you are planning on getting a new smartphone this year, some of these options are definitely worth the wait.