Samsung’s Galaxy S23 series is anticipated to make its debut at the next Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1st, but we already have a clear vision of the device’s design. WinFuture shared leaked renderings that show the design and color options for the Galaxy S23’s base model.

These are real marketing graphics from Samsung, not fan-made renders based on earlier models or design forecasts, claims Roland Quandt of WinFuture. WinFuture has further photographs of the new phone featured on its article if you want a better look.

Available in four hues: pinkish-lilac, white, green, and black.

If true (WinFuture has a solid track record), the Galaxy S23 will do away with the elevated camera island that was present on its predecessor, the Galaxy S22, allowing each of the device’s three cameras to protrude from the housing individually. According to leaked renders, the S23 will come in four colors: black, white, green, and a pinkish-lilac. The S23 chassis appears to be the traditional metal frame and glass cover combination we’ve seen on past versions.

The S23’s specifications are still unknown, but it’s rumored to have a new, brighter OLED display. Additionally, the lineup is anticipated to be powered in North America by Qualcomm’s newest flagship processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, and to have a higher resolution camera sensor with improved low-light performance.

Even the iPhone 14 Pro this year has a 48MP camera, which is almost the same as the 50MP of the Pixel 7 Pro but still less than the 108MP of the Samsung S22 Ultra. Becca took 1,000 images on each of them in order to determine which smartphone camera of 2022 was the finest.


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