Here is the first glimpse at the Samsung Galaxy S23 ‘s design

Samsung Galaxy S23

A leak shows that the Galaxy S23 will look pretty much the same as its predecessor, but the back will be very different.

Samsung is just one of many companies that haven’t shown off their new high-end terminals yet. If history repeats itself, Samsung will release the Galaxy S23 in early 2019. As usual in the mobile phone business, today’s disclosures affect the phone in question.

Together with Digit, the popular phone leaker @OnLeaks has shown what could be the first look at the Samsung Galaxy S23. And I say “could” because the published renders are based on leaked diagrams that the source has been able to see. But leaks from the aka Steve H. McFly are usually very close to the final product.

So, what’s up? At first glance, not much has changed. The Samsung Galaxy S23 will still have rounded corners, and the front panel will still have a hole for the front camera. A small “novelty” in the design can be seen in the back.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 is different from its predecessors in that the top corner does not have an island sticking out. Instead, the sensors for the camera are put right on the back of the phone. When there are three vertical targets, the design stays more consistent.

The Galaxy S23 is comparable to the S22

The leak also shows how big the Samsung Galaxy S23 really is, and the renders let you see it from every angle. The phone will have a body that is 146.3mm x 70.8mm x 7.6mm and a screen that is 6.1 inches. The rest of the specs aren’t known, but there are rumours that it will have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and a longer-lasting battery.

Another leak shows that Samsung will use a 200 MP camera with 0.6 m pixels and a 1/1.3-inch sensor. According to rumors, only the Galaxy S23 Ultra might use it. The next Samsung device will feature the same RAM (8 GB) and storage (128 GB) as the Galaxy S22.

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One of the Galaxy S23’s most crucial features has been disclosed. Samsung keeps the screen hole-punch, while other businesses concentrate on the Dynamic Island. Future versions may preserve this design or adopt Apple’s approach. One of the Galaxy S23’s most crucial features has been disclosed. Samsung keeps the screen hole-punch, while other businesses concentrate on the Dynamic Island. Future versions may preserve this design or adopt Apple’s approach.

If everything goes well, Samsung will show off the Galaxy S23 at the first Unpacked of 2023. It is said that the base model will cost $799, the S23 Plus will cost $999, and the S23 Ultra will cost $1,199.

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