New Galaxy S23 series promo images appear online
New Samsung Galaxy S23 series promo images have surfaced online. This time around they’re coming from Evan Blass, a well-known tipster. He shared two separate images, showing off all three devices from the company.
New Galaxy S23 series promo images have appeared online
These seem to be taken from the company’s pre-order website, seemingly a mobile website. He did not share a link, though, so we presume these are leaked photos, and not ones taken from a listing that Samsung pushed out ahead of time.
In any case, you can see the gold variant of the Galaxy S23 here, and the pink model of the Galaxy S23+. Both phones will have fancier names for those colors, though, as will the ‘Ultra’ model. Speaking of which, the Galaxy S23 Ultra also appeared, in a green color, with a black S Pen stylus.
You can clearly see that on all three phones, the cameras will protrude directly from the frame, there won’t be large camera islands to speak of. All three phones have physical buttons on the right side, by the way.
The Galaxy S23 & S23+ will feature different design than the ‘Ultra’ model
The Galaxy S23 and S23+ will have curved sides, as will the ‘Ultra’ model, but the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have flat top and bottom sides, unlike its siblings. The S23 Ultra design will be somewhat similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The ‘Ultra’ model will also come with an S Pen silo, of course. The Galaxy S23 and S23+ will have identical designs, but the ‘Plus’ model will be larger, of course, due to a considerably larger display.
Speaking of which, the Galaxy S23 is tipped to include a 6.1-inch panel, while the ‘Plus’ model will feature a 6.6-inch display. Both of those will be AMOLED panels with fullHD+ resolution, and a 120Hz refresh rate.
The ‘Ultra’ model will up that to a 6.8-inch QHD+ AMOLED display, which will be curved, and it will offer a 120Hz refresh rate. All three panels will be protected by the Gorilla Glass Victus 2, by the way.
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