According to new images leaked by Evan Blass, Samsung is set to debut the Galaxy S23 series in early 2023. Leaked photographs have previously shown the design of these smartphones. Still, today we’re looking at a fresh round of renders that offer the vanilla and Ultra variants in various hues.
It has the exact P-shaped camera alignment as the S22 series. This phone has the Samsung logo on the rear panel, just like the non-Ultra variants, and the power and volume rockers are located on the right side. When the handsets go on sale next month, the new green and pink colors will surely be well received. Samsung has discarded the Contour Cut design favoring a flushed aesthetic for the camera configuration. The camera cutouts have slightly altered the back panel’s otherwise seamless design.
Other colors are still unknown; there have been sightings of black and white, but they could be factory samples. Of course, not all of the leaked color renderings are reliable; some colors are just as likely to be a test unit photo leaked by a seemingly equally trustworthy source as the ones that seem to be official.
The S23 Ultra has a metal frame, and its rear plate appears glass. On the other hand, the vanilla S23’s back panel looks like it has a polycarbonate coating, but it could just as well be glass. Anything can change between now and the official sales launch in March. There are not many details about the Galaxy S23 series. More details are coming soon. Stay tuned!
The devices will have bold color selections than the S22 Ultra, but the S23 line will be kept in line with the “green color” aesthetic established on previous Galaxy flagships. Much will depend on how well Samsung’s new color customers are received. It could be a successful transition if the company uses its recent changes to help distinguish between design types.
The company hasn’t yet made the Unpacked 2023 event’s date official. According to reports, it will happen at the beginning of February. The event will be held in February to unveil the new S23 series, so Samsung will have a limited time to sell the new color variants. They might also be sold through Best Buy in the US if the phone is fixed.