The Galaxy S23s will now only be launched in just over a month, but before that, the first official images of the smartphones from Samsung’s advertisements have already been revealed on the web.
As is always the case with smartphones from Samsung, we did not have to wait for the official presentation on the 1uh next February to find out what the three new high-end devices from the Korean manufacturer will look like. Indeed, as early as September, the leaker OnLeaks already revealed an overview of the three smartphones of the Galaxy S23 series through renderings, and we are now entitled to official images.
Our colleagues from 91mobiles have managed to get their hands on three promotional images from Samsung, which let us admire the design of the Galaxy S23+, but also that of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The classic Galaxy S23 is not revealed, but like every year, it is a smaller copy of its big brother.
We now know the official design of the Galaxy S23
As most previous reports have implied, the Galaxy S23+ and S23 Ultra won’t benefit from a radically different design compared to the previous generation. However, however, some minor differences can be noted.
First on the Galaxy S23+, this one now has 3 rear cameras placed in individual islands, rather than in a rectangular photo module. We also know thanks to leaker Ice Universe that Samsung has deliberately increased the size of the edges of the smartphone screen, while its competitors like Xiaomi have managed to reduce the edges of their devices.
At the level of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the latter will especially be entitled to some new components. We can note the arrival of a new 12 MP selfie sensor, which replaces the old 40 MP of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. At the back, we find above all a new 200 MP camera, which already promises to be the best on the market in its category. In order not to make its smartphone visually identical to the current generation, Samsung seems to have Featuring rear cameras with a silver outlinewhich will make it easier to differentiate it from its predecessor.