Color Options for the Samsung S23 Series Have Been Revealed in Official Marketing Photos

Even though the Samsung Galaxy S23 won’t be officially introduced until this year’s Samsung Unpacked event, we now have details on the phone’s design and available colors. Samsung has done a tremendous job up until now of keeping information about the phone under wraps, but these images provide our first peek at what to expect.

Some promotional photos of the Galaxy S23’s base model have leaked recently, revealing the phone in a variety of colors including Phantom Black, Botanic Green, Mystic Lilac, and Cotton Flower (thanks to Roland Quandt of WinFuture).

Image: WinFuture

As for the design, there is not much that has changed, except for the seemingly bigger camera modules at the back (where have we seen that before?). There were also rumors that S23 would have much bigger bezels, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. 

There is no longer the standard vertical camera bar on Samsung’s flagship phones, which is easily the most noticeable difference from the previous generation. Each lens is now attached straight to the device’s matte glass back. As a result, compared to the S22’s base model, the overall appearance is more refined and geared toward luxury. The aluminum body of the S23 has been given a sleek and sophisticated look thanks to its rounded corners.

In addition, we got a sneak peek at the relative sizes of these devices earlier on. There appears to be notable differences between the three devices, with identical back camera modules that have recently been leaked suggesting that earlier reports may also be true.

As for the overall aesthetic, it is pretty noticeable how Samsung went from a relatively boxier design to rounded edges, somewhat of a design choice that we have seen with some of it’s earlier phones. In terms of hardware, you can expect Gorilla Glass Victus+, an IP68 rating, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, 8/12GB of RAM, 128/256/512GB of storage, and an improved ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. Perhaps the icing on the cake would be emergency satellite connectivity, like that of the iPhone 14 series.

Leave a comment below letting us know what you think of Samsung’s choice in design and how you feel about the company becoming more consistent with its designs each year. 

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