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Here's your first look at leaked Galaxy S23 series dummy units

Updated: Dec 21, 2022


We have yet to see any hands-on videos of the Galaxy S23 series, but some dummy units have made their way out into the wild, giving us a taste of what the company's next flagships may look like.


The alleged Galaxy S23 Ultra dummy model depicts a phone that appears identical to its predecessor, but with minor differences such as flatter sides and slightly taller and wider but thinner dimensions. It will also have thinner bezels, according to reports.


According to rumours, the standard and Plus models have slightly more rounded corners and appear to be slightly taller than their 2022 counterparts.





Finally, we get to see group shots of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, S23 Plus, and S23. The 6.8-inch Galaxy S23 Ultra is noticeably larger than the 6.5-inch Galaxy S23 Plus and 6.1-inch Galaxy S23, and it also includes a slot for the S Pen stylus. The Ultra model is boxy, whereas the other two models are rounded.

Overall, the design isn't a significant departure from the previous model, and the major changes are expected to be on the inside.



The design isn't drastically different from the current range overall, and the interior is expected to see more significant alterations.


The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is rumoured to be significantly quicker than the chip that runs the current series. This is one of the most exciting news. The S23 models will have a higher chance of becoming the top smartphones in 2023 as a result.


A 200MP camera would give the Galaxy S23 Ultra a hardware advantage over its primary competitors, and leaked samples indicate it would capture exceptionally detailed photographs.




Regarding the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus, it is very possible that they will feature larger batteries inside. The front-facing cameras on all the models are expected to be upgraded, and they will reportedly be better at capturing videos.


The Galaxy S23 lineup is anticipated to be unveiled by Samsung in the first week of February.




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