Leaked renders of Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23+ showcase a new design

Leaked renders of Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23+ showcase a new design

Samsung’s formal debut of the Galaxy S23 family is most certainly at least three, and maybe even four or five months away, but the leaks have begun in earnest today with renderings of both the standard Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23+.

As you can see in the image below, the design will change next year, but these will still be easily distinguishable as Samsung products.

There is no longer a camera island on the rear; instead, each camera is contained in a separate circular protuberance. If you’re thinking that you’ve seen this design someplace else before, you’ve obviously seen it before because Samsung’s own Galaxy S22 Ultra has a very similar style. It is likely that by 2023 the entire family will be affected.

The front is still all-screen, and the selfie camera is still located in a center-aligned punch hole, so there isn’t much more to say. The Galaxy S23+ will be somewhat larger than its predecessor, though, with the same 6.6-inch screen size and dimensions of 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6 mm as opposed to 157.4 x 75.8 x 7.6 mm for the S22+.

According to rumors, we should anticipate 25W charging capabilities and either the Exynos 2300 or Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 at the processor’s core. According to reports, the S23model +’s number is SM-S9160.