Samsung is expected to unveil its next flagship, the Galaxy S23 series, in February. Ahead of the new year, however, a handful of dummies offer a first look at what the Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra look like in person.
This morning pictures of the “dummy units” of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+and Galaxy S23 Ultra were booked slash from one of the larger accounts on the site. A specific source was not given for the images, so it’s fair to take these with a pinch of salt, although they appear authentic.
The images shown below show Samsung’s next flagship range in real life for the first time, although they are not working models of the phones. Still, they confirm the designs we’ve seen leaked over the past few months.
The design of the Galaxy S23 series is very similar to the previous two generations of Samsung’s Galaxy S range, with the Ultra model being identical to the previous version in every respect. It has the same four-camera layout with an LED flash, flat bezel top and bottom, S Pen silo, and a minimalist design otherwise. The front display is still curved on the sides, in contrast to the completely flat S23 and S23+.
It’s the smaller phones that get more changes this year, with the S23 and S23+ using the same “drop” camera module as the Ultra. This places each lens in its own small protrusion from the back of the phone, as opposed to the “module” design Samsung used on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21, as well as many previous designs. It’s a standout feature of Samsung’s design, although in this case the removal makes the overall design feel a little more generic.
Compare In the side-by-side phones, the difference in size is clear and appears to be about the same as the Galaxy S22 generation. There is only a small difference between the S23 Ultra and the S23+, while the smallest S23 is much more compact.
As mentioned, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S23 series in February. All three devices are expected to bring a customized version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor along with some other upgrades such as satellite connectivity.
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https://9to5google.com/2022/12/16/galaxy-s23-series-leak-gallery/ This is what the Galaxy S23 series looks like [Gallery]