The Samsung Galaxy S23 expected early next year. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series will successor the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. The Galaxy S23 Ultra design renders have been leaked online, giving us a first look at Samsung’s next flagship smartphone. Look.
MySmartPix and @OnLeaks’ Steve Hemmerstoffer released renders of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. High-resolution pictures and a 360-degree video demonstrate the phone’s design. Renders indicate a design almost identical to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, with slight alterations. Similar to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have an S-Pen slot, curved display, and metal back. The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s display isn’t as curved as the S22 Ultra’s, and it resembles the Galaxy Note.
The S23 Ultra’s three main camera ‘islands’ protrude slightly more than the other two. The front seems flatter, therefore the radius of the curves has been tightened – the Ultra was as boxy as a Note, now it’s getting boxier.
With the Galaxy S23 and S23+ adopting the split camera islands appearance, next year’s top Samsung family members will finally look alike. They resemble several A-series models, for better or worse. This solidifies Samsung’s design language.
Having a $1,200+ device with a $200 device from the same company is… a stylistic decision, say. It sacrifices high-end exclusivity for easier recognition. Nobody knows if the tradeoff is worth it.
Some reports say the Galaxy S23 family will be launched a few weeks before the S22 models, which means January. At the rate leaks are going, we’ll know more about the S23 trio before then.