The South Korean tech giant is gearing up for its flagship launch in 2023. The launch will include the flagship trio, following the iterations: the vanilla Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23+, and the top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra. We expect the launch to happen in Q1 2023, probably in January. The series’ leaks and renders have already surfaced in the tech space.
The Galaxy S23 will be Samsung’s upcoming entry-level flagship for 2023. And typical specifications of the same are out. It will likely be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 2300 and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 from Qualcomm for other regions, which the respective companies have not yet announced. The new 200 MP camera is also making its way to the series. The usual 6.1 Inch is expected with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The device will likely be shipped with One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 out of the box.
The leaked rear images of the entry-level flagship are also out now. The famous personality OnLeaks (via Digit) has exclusively leaked the Galaxy S23 renders. The looks are stunning and eye-catching, as per leaked sources.
Apart from this, the back case covers for the entry-level flagship also exposed the flaunting face of the Galaxy S23. The famous tipster Ice Universe has leaked the protective case for the model. The camera, when compared to the previous S22, looks like a massive upgrade in size.
Samsung Galaxy S23 protective case has appeared pic.twitter.com/inV3IAP6L1
— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) October 3, 2022
The Galaxy S23 backcases are up now, as discussed earlier. Unlike the previous generations, the camera bump seems separated. The protective cases suggest the smartphone to be more like this year’s S22 Ultra with triple cameras, the same as last time. The recently leaked smartphone case renders of the Galaxy S23 reveal no change to the button placements compared to the previous one. Also, the camera bump this time (without the housing) seems a bit thinner, probably to make the smartphone sleeker. Also, the case reflects its display size, the same as the Galaxy S22, i.e., 6.1 inches.
The camera bump on the Galaxy S23, as per leaked renders, even without housing, seems comparatively lesser, leading to fewer wobbles than the predecessor. The case revealed was by a third party, so we can’t derive the final and actual look of the smartphone.
It’s too early to rely upon the current leaks and renders of the back/rear look of the smartphone, as the launch will probably be followed in January 2023. Let’s wait some time to get some information regarding the series’ launch, specifications, and official looks of the smartphones in the series. We will keep you updated when something related to the news arrives.
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