- Samsung might not sell Galaxy S23 phones for a higher price.
- They might be driven by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC that has been overclocked.
- The Galaxy S23 smartphone is available in white, pink, green, and black.
It’s claimed that Samsung is getting ready to introduce the Galaxy S23 line. A Galaxy Unpacked event is anticipated to take place there in February. According to reports, the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are all part of this flagship lineup. Recently, the purported marketing photos for the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra were leaked. Now, alleged renderings of the base and Ultra variants have appeared online. The potential colour possibilities for these Galaxy S23 series smartphones are also seen in these photographs.
The triple rear camera arrangement of the Galaxy S23 is shown in the leaked design renderings. There doesn’t seem to be a camera island on the rear this time, though. Remember that the Galaxy S22 has a camera island on the back with a triple 50-megapixel rear camera setup?
On the other side, the rumoured Galaxy S23 Ultra renders resemble the Galaxy S22 Ultra almost exactly. These smartphones may also come in white, pink, green, and black, according to the leaked renders.
Regarding information on the Galaxy S23 series, Samsung has kept mum. According to a recent report, the South Korean technology behemoth may price the Galaxy S23 devices similarly to the Galaxy S22 collection.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC and 200 megapixel main camera are two components that are expected to be much more expensive than before in the Galaxy S23 devices. When Apple releases its iPhone 15 series later this year, which may be more expensive than the iPhone 14 lineup, Samsung may decide to increase the costs.
The Galaxy S23 series has recently been the subject of several more rumours and leaks. A recent rumour indicated that Samsung would discontinue offering these handsets with 128GB of storage. Onboard storage in the cheapest versions should be at least 256GB.