Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S23 Plus designs offer four color options
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series, which will be unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled for February 1, is the subject of many hints and rumors. Two weeks before its official launch, the designs of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus models of the South Korean conglomerate’s next-generation flagship smartphone series have been leaked through the latest alleged render leaks. The alleged images hint at the camera layout, color and design of the new flagship smartphones.
According to Dutch publication Nieuwe Mobile via Engadget, official Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus press materials appear to suggest the design of the so-called Plus smartphone. Meanwhile, another report from the same publication also seems to suggest the design of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra through official press materials seen.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus can be seen in the leaked images in four color variants, which the report claims are Phantom Black, Cotton Flower (Cream), Botanical Green, and Misty Lilac. Alleged official images from the press kit seem to show a 360-degree view of Samsung’s flagship Plus smartphone.
On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra can also be seen in the leaked images showing the same four color options. The Ultra-moniker flagship smartphone features a very similar design to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, which came with a built-in S Pen. However, there are some changes regarding the thickness and placement of the camera. The smartphone is said to pack a 200-megapixel rear sensor with a five-camera setup.
Additionally, the other two variants of the Galaxy S23 series are said to come with a 50-megapixel primary rear sensor.
Samsung is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy S23 series at the Galaxy Unpacked event, which will be live on February 1 at 11:30 PM IST on Samsung’s official website.
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