Samsung Galaxy S23 and other S23 Series
f Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra dummies strolled in front of a camera, and as you would expect the images immediately went online. The leaked gallery shows all three models in black and white. As expected, the camera island of the Galaxy S23 and S23+ is the most dramatic visible change.
The designs of the leaked dummy units are identical to the leaked renders that surfaced earlier. Going by the images, the vanilla Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23 Plus are expected to lose the camera island and go for a cleaner-looking rear end. They boast three circular camera rings finished in chrome flanked by the LED flash.
Although dummy units provide us with the closest look at the Samsung Galaxy S23 series design, giving us a fair idea about what to expect from the flagship devices. The only difference between the dummies and the previous renders is the SIM card tray placement.
The renders depict the tray at the bottom, while the dummies have on the side. And in case you are wondering what purpose the indentation below the power key serves, it’s most probably required for the 5G antenna.
This puts the two closer to the Galaxy S23 Ultra in terms of design, which in turn, hasn’t changed much. What sets them apart are the rounded corners – the S23 Ultra is still kind of blocky.
Furthermore, the speaker grille, USB Type-C port, and microphone can be seen on the bottom of the devices. The volume rockers and the power button are placed on the right side of the device. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series are flagship devices expected to get in-display fingerprint sensors. But strangely, the dummies have a fingerprint sensor-like indentation below the power button.
There’s nothing to tell them apart from the size of the two devices. The Samsung S23 Plus, as its name suggests, is the bigger of the two. The Samsung Galaxy S23 is rumored to sport a 6.1-inch AMOLED panel, whereas the Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus could get a 6.5-inch AMOLED display. The selfie sensors on both devices will be housed in a centrally placed hole-punch cutout on the display.
Samsung is expected to take the wraps off its Galaxy S23 series in early 2023. There is still some time left, and we expect more such leaks and rumors coming out ahead of the launch.