The Galaxy S23 series is only a few months away, and before its launch, a new leak gives us our first look at Samsung’s flagship design.
Tweet embed And the Smart Brix We’ve published new CAD-based images of the Galaxy S23+ that give us a first look at Samsung’s flagship design for 2023. On the one hand, this leak shows off Samsung’s first notable design update since the Galaxy S21, but it also shows a completely generic design.
According to these renderings, the design of the Galaxy S23 will adopt more rounded bezels while eliminating the single-camera bump on the back of the phone. Instead, the camera sensors will be in their own independent bumps, similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s five camera cutouts. There is also a place for the LED flash off on the right side of those cameras.
While it’s clear here that Samsung aims to unify the design of the Galaxy S series under the look of this year’s most popular model, it results in a design that, in our eyes, seems incredibly generic. There is nothing special about this look, while the Galaxy S22 series did stand out a bit thanks to its unique camera design.
We also learn in this leak that the Galaxy S23+ will be slightly larger than the S22+, at 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6 mm. The thickness is unchanged, but the phone is a bit wider and taller. Oddly enough, there is no SIM tray noted in the renderings, but this may just be an early bug. While Apple is working on eSIM for the latest iPhones, Android isn’t just ready for eSIM devices.
In addition to the S23+, OnLeaks has also shared CAD-based renderings of the Galaxy S23 with number. The renders show the same basic design and once again confirms the slightly larger size of 146.3 x 70.8 x 7.6mm for the device which is expected to have a 6.1-inch screen.
The Galaxy S23 series is expected to arrive early next year.
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