A new leak reveals that Galaxy S23 will be released in only four color variants.

Another detail about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 has leaked online, again. The South Korean tech company, Samsung is currently working on its next flagship smartphones. Early next year, the new lineup’s smartphones are anticipated to be released. 

Display industry CEO, Ross Young revealed in a tweet that the next flagship smartphone series: Galaxy S23 will be released in only four color variants. These colors are: 

  • Beige, 
  • Black, 
  • Green, and 
  • Light Pink. 
Tweet from Young Ross

Young claims that Samsung has only produced these four colors for its upcoming flagship phones. But it wouldn’t be a surprise if these were Samsung’s retail colors, those that can be purchased from independent merchants. The company might intend to provide more colors through its Online Exclusive line just like it did with the predecessor, Galaxy S22. 

Phantom White, Phantom Black, Green, Graphite, Gold, Cream, and even Red are among the multiple hues available for the series S22 that was released earlier this year. 

There have been several online leaks and anticipation about what might be coming in the next Samsung Galaxy S23 series.

We expect that the three upcoming models ( Samsung Galaxy S23, Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra) will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and also get a significant increase in battery capacity and front camera capabilities. 

According to rumors, the Plus and Ultra models would have more powerful batteries and higher-resolution front cameras.

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