Dummies of S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra have surfaced: the design remains mostly unchanged, unlike the specs.
S23 leaks are long overdue and they should have been popping up a lot sooner. It seems Samsung is doing a really good job hiding its secrets. Finally, we are getting some legit leaks for the next Samsung flagships. SlashLeaks posted pictures of dummies of the S23 series this morning.
S23 and S23 Plus have a new and cleaner-looking camera island while S23 Ultra looks too similar to the previous generation. It features the same basic design, a four-camera setup with LED flash, flat top and bottom frames, and an S Pen. The front display is still curved on the sides, as opposed to the S23 and S23 Plus’s flat displays.
While the S23 and S23 specs are already leaked via FCC, S23 Ultra specs are now leaked by TENAA a couple of days ago. The phone weighs 233g and has dimensions of 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.9mm which are more or less the same as S22 Ultra. The display size remains unchanged at 6.8 inches with a resolution of 1,440 by 3,088 pixels. The battery is rated at 4,855mAh.
Now, the upgrades lie in the chipset, storage and cameras. The phone is rumoured to feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with a minimum storage of 256GB. Yes, the company has ditched the 128GB storage options. The RAM options will be 8 or 12GB. The main camera has jumped to a staggering 200 Megapixels sensor. Other cameras won’t pack many surprises other than switching to 8k video at 30fps instead of 24fps.
The S23 lineup will be revealed in February 2023 Unpacked Event.