Samsung is likely to launch the Galaxy S23 series sometime in February 2023. Ahead of its release, dummy units of the Galaxy S23 have surfaced online to reveal the design. The dummy units show the key differences between the Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S23 dummies appear online
Images of dummy units of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series have been shared on Slashleaks. The image gives us a pretty good idea of what to expect from the 2023 Samsung Galaxy S lineup.
Starting from left to right, we get to see the Galaxy S23 Ultra, S23+ and S23. In terms of design, there will be no real difference in the design compared to the Galaxy S22 series. However, Samsung could clean up the design of the S22+ and S22 a bit by removing the camera island.
As you can see in the image, the camera island has been removed and it now looks neat, but very simple. Both the S22 and S22+ sport a triple camera setup at the back with an LED flash next to the lens.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra, on the other hand, appears to retain the same design as the predecessor. It has a quad-camera setup and may ship with an S-Pen like the S22 Ultra.
Earlier, the specifications of the phone were tipped. Also, all three models made it to one of the certifications.
Samsung Galaxy S23 expected specifications
The Galaxy S23 is expected to feature a 6.1-inch display, while the S23+ will sport a 6.5-inch screen. The S23 Ultra is expected to have a larger 6.8-inch screen.
All three phones will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC and the Exynos 2300, depending on the region. The Ultra, this time, will have a 200MP main lens. All three will have slightly bigger batteries and boot on Android 13 out of the box.
The release window of these phones is expected to be February 2023. However, Samsung is yet to confirm the timeline, which we expect to be in January 2023.
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