There’s been so much information leaking about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23 series lately that it’s hard to imagine anything too surprising will emerge before the official announcement in the first two months of next year. . Still, it’s nice to have a few more clues to add our expectations to, and that’s exactly what has surfaced recently.
New images of Galaxy S23 series cases have leaked on UK retailer MobileFun’s website, reaffirming the previously mentioned design changes. Of course, the main difference is that Samsung would have abandoned the old photo block which started from the frame of the smartphone to create a rectangular shape around the three sensors of the Galaxy S22 and S22+.
Instead, the cases contain the rumored Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will have each photosensor individually transmitting from the back panel of the phone, without the whole part of the camera block. In other words, the two most affordable models correspond to the current Galaxy S23 Ultra. It’s hard to say this is a significant change in design, but, for today’s standards, it can certainly be considered one.
MobileFun’s website shows third-party cases for the S23 line, but also a few options that are dubbed “official Samsung cases for the Galaxy S23”, although they don’t have images to show what the cases look like.
The Galaxy S23 series camera is also supposed to receive several other improvements, like the S23 and S23+ which will get a main camera from the Galaxy S22 Ultra, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra which will be equipped with a promising 200 megapixel camera!
A launch mid or end of February
On the other hand, a more specific rumor indicates that all three models will be equipped with a 12-megapixel front camera, which would be a megapixel drop for the top-end Ultra model.
Not much is known about the specs of the Galaxy S23 and S23+. Regarding the launch schedule, the Galaxy S23 series is expected to be introduced in mid-February or late February, contrary to what had been previously announced. It is said that the delay is due to Samsung being unable to set a price for the Galaxy S23 phones.