We cannot say that Samsung has managed to keep the details of its new premium Galaxy S23 series a secret.
But the base model has been the least talked about. Now the WinFuture website and leaker Roland Quandt have joined forces and have just revealed the first official images of the new, more affordable premium terminal.
Samsung Galaxy S23 design revealed in images
Many rumors have already advanced with various information about Samsung’s new premium Galaxy S23 series that will be officially presented on the 1st of February. But attention has been focused on the most advanced Galaxy S23 Ultra variant.
Today, the WinFuture website together with leaker Roland Quandt are releasing images of the new Galaxy S23 base model that both claim to be “official marketing images, obtained directly from Samsung”.
From these images, it is possible to see that the South Korean giant did not redesign the model, choosing instead to refine the design of the previous model.
The eye is immediately drawn to the rear camera setup which continues to display the three sensors, in a vertical arrangement, in the top left corner. The difference with the previous model is that now they are not grouped in a metal island and, for that reason, the terminal now has a more elegant and discreet profile.
On the other hand, the screen appears to be completely flat, with thin bezels. However, the metal structure is slightly curved to facilitate the handling of the model, as well as to “adhere” better to the users’ hands.
As we said initially, this is not a new design, but rather small refinements that make the device easier to handle, as well as giving it a more contemporary and elegant look.
Expected specs on the Samsung Galaxy S23
Indeed, a lot of rumors have already advanced with the specifications that we can expect to see in Samsung’s new premium family. And although the base model is the least talked about, some details are already known.
Like the other two models in the series, the Galaxy S23 will also arrive equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, or rather, a customized version of this Qualcomm chip.
The front area will be occupied by a 6.1-inch AMOLED screen, in addition to having a 3,900 mAh battery, larger than that of its predecessor, which includes a 3,700 mAh battery.
Moreover, the base model will also be the only one to offer a variant with 128 GB of internal storage. The remaining models have options starting at 256 GB.
Aroged editors recommend: