News Samsung Galaxy S23 series fully revealed in new leaked renders

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23 lineup has been fully revealed ahead of launch, giving us a good look at what’s to come.

With just a few weeks left until Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event, we’re seeing more and more leaks all over the internet giving us an idea of ​​what to expect from next month’s event. So far, we’ve seen so-called marketing renders of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, as well as similar renders of the Galaxy S23+. So it’s no surprise that other devices in the series have now been shared, giving us a good look at the Galaxy S23 series lineup.

Galaxy S23 Ultra

The leak comes from Evan Blass, who is known for sharing early looks of the phone ahead of the device’s scheduled launch. For the most part, we can see that the models look very similar except for the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Overall, we offer the same colors for each model, including Vegetal Green, Cotton Blossom, Mist Lilac, and Phantom Black.

Galaxy S23 Plus in four different colors

Of course, looks aren’t everything here, so we’re still waiting to see what specs each will have. What we can expect is that each phone will likely be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Also, we should get improved cameras in at least one of the phones, with the Ultra rumored to feature a 200MP sensor. That being said, there’s still a lot to reveal, and with a few weeks to go, there’s a good chance that most of the Galaxy S23 series’ secrets will be revealed in time.

Galaxy S23 in four colors

Luckily, we’ll have an official word from Samsung soon, as its Galaxy Unpacked event is scheduled for February 1st. Alongside the Galaxy S23 smartphone, the company is also expected to announce a new Galaxy Book laptop. If you’re interested, you can submit your pre-orders for the upcoming release now, which will also give you up to $100 in credit toward future purchases.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 series

Submit a pre-order for an upcoming Samsung Galaxy smartphone and receive a credit worth up to $100.

source: Evan Blass (Twitter)

pass: Sam Mobile

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