Updated: Jan 6
The design of Samsung's upcoming high-end phones was revealed through 3D CAD renders ahead of the Galaxy S23 long ago. The design of the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra has now been revealed in the first set of official promotional images leaked.
91Mobiles has released marketing images for the Galaxy S23 series, promoting the Galaxy S23+, Galaxy S23 Ultra, and existing Galaxy wearable devices like the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro and Galaxy Watch 5. The Galaxy S23+ is shown in its signature colour pink, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra is shown in green as leaked earlier.
Previous rumours suggest the Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature a slight redesign, an overclocked version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, an entirely new 200MP primary sensor capable of capturing smoother 8K videos at 30fps (up from 24fps on current-gen units), and more.
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Samsung has abandoned the camera island design seen on the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S22. The Galaxy S23+ now has a design that resembles the Galaxy S22 Ultra more than anything else, with individual camera cutouts on the back. The device's edges are slightly curved. The Galaxy S23 is expected to have a similar design, but a smaller size.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra resembles its predecessor in appearance. There are, however, subtle differences, such as body-colored camera rings on the rear for three of its four cameras. The rear camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra is surrounded by black rings regardless of the color option. The front camera, which has reportedly been upgraded/downgraded to a 12MP sensor, is still visible through a punch-hole-shaped display cutout on the device.