We’ve certainly had no shortage of Samsung Galaxy S23 leaks in recent weeks, and now high-res images of the phone series – which appear to be Samsung’s official renders of the handsets – have made their way online.
These images are from a well-known tipster Evan Blass (opens in a new tab) (via Sam Mobile (opens in a new tab)), and mean we have a pretty good idea of what to expect when these devices are finally unveiled and properly presented to the world.
The big reveal will take place on February 1, which is a Wednesday. The Unpacked launch event that Samsung is hosting will be primarily for the Galaxy S23 series, although Samsung may still surprise us with additional hardware as well.
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We’ve got a full look at the Samsung Galaxy S23, Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in this leak, and there’s also four different colors to look at – those beige, black, green, and light pink shades have all been disclosed.
Even for devices in an industry where devices tend to be revealed in advance, there have been plenty of Samsung Galaxy S23 leaks. We now know almost everything there is to know about these handsets, including potential in-car storage upgrades.
We also expect substantial improvements in camera capabilities on these phones, especially on the Ultra model. We’ll of course bring you all the official announcements and reveals as Samsung makes them on February 1st.
Analysis: good looks
The Samsung Galaxy S23 images just leaked join other images of the phones we’ve seen beforehand – and there’s no real major upgrade here in terms of the aesthetics of these new ones. combined for 2023.
You’ll notice that while the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus had a raised rear camera module, here the lenses are individually housed and protrude from the rear of the handsets, following the design of the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Otherwise, everything is as you’d expect: thin bezels around the display, a more curved look for the Ultra model, and some new wallpapers to mark the occasion showing off the name of Samsung’s new flagship smartphone. .
This year’s major upgrades to the Galaxy S series will be inside the handsets, and we’re fine with that – the 2022 phones that Samsung released were all perfectly fine in terms of aesthetics.