The Samsung Galaxy S23 series, rumored to consist of Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra, is said to go official early next month. Leaked images have already revealed what these smartphones will look like, but today we are looking at a new set of renders showing us the vanilla and Ultra models in different colors.
The S23 and S23+ will look similar - both have three cameras on the rear aligned vertically in the left corner, with an LED flash on the right side of the first camera. The rear panel also has the Samsung branding at the bottom, and you can see the power button and volume rocker are on the right-side frame of the phone.
The S23 Ultra has a boxier design and features a P-shaped camera arrangement. Like the non-Ultra versions, this, too, sports the Samsung logo on the back panel, with the volume rocker and power key on the right side of the phone. You can also notice the antenna lines at the top and bottom, which suggest the S23 Ultra has a metal frame.
There's no word yet from Samsung about the Galaxy S23 lineup, but you can expect to hear more about it as we inch closer to the rumored early February unveiling.
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Thats not possible. Its not the same. It might be similar in some aspects and more than enough for some. But there are more aspects where it's not the same. For the a52/a53 only the s had the 778. The regular or non stop 5g one had the 720 ...
If the colors are accurate, the white/silver model has been replaced with Apple's Starlight color, why Samsung? Why? Just let it be silver, the almost champagne gold color looks soo tacky