The famed leaker OnLeaks gave us our first glimpse at the next Samsung Galaxy S23 in September with early renderings and a 360-degree video of the handset. We knew then that the phone will have rounded corners and a slightly revised camera configuration reminiscent of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, among other minor design tweaks. There are just a few weeks left before the release of the Galaxy S23 series, and official marketing shots of the base model have already appeared online, confirming the design modifications and displaying four new colors.
Reliable leaker Roland Quandt has released official marketing pictures of the Galaxy S23, showcasing the basic model from a variety of perspectives. In contrast to previous designs, this one does not have a protruding hump surrounding the camera module; instead, the sensors are connected directly to the matte back glass, as seen in the photos. The device’s matte metal chassis matches its hue, and its rounded corners should make it easier to hold.
The Galaxy S23’s front panel is practically bezel-less, except for a circular cutout housing the device’s selfie camera. The device’s USB-C connector is likely to be on its underside, while the volume and power buttons are located on its right side. The marketing photos for the Galaxy S23 not only show the updated design, but also reveal that it will be available in four different colors: Phantom Black, Botanic Green, Mystic Lilac, and Cotton Flower.
Even while the Galaxy S23’s specs haven’t been revealed in the current leak, we know that it will have a 6.11-inch OLED screen with Full HD+ quality, an enhanced cooling system, and a bigger 3,900mAh battery. Samsung has planned its first Galaxy Unpacked event of the year on February 1, 2023, so you won’t have to wait long to find out all the details about the gadget. At the presentation, Samsung may introduce new Galaxy Book computers in addition to the Galaxy S23 series.