The countdown begins for the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S23 family. Samsung has set February 1 at 7:00 p.m., Spanish peninsular time, for its Unpacked event. In it we will see the Samsung Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra. After leaking at the hands of OnLeaks, we already have the first official photos of the cheapest model, the S23.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 shows its paw
Roland Quant, one of the best leakers in the tech sector, has leaked what he claims are the official promotional images of the Samsung Galaxy S23. This will be the access model to the S23 family, a model below the S23+ (practically the same phone with a larger screen), and an S23 Ultra that will capture all eyes.
The color palette will consist of four possibilities: Phantom Black, Botanic Green, Mystic Lilac and Cotton Flower. However, the biggest change in design will be in camera aspect.
The S23 will forgo the small vertical strip module that we saw last year, to go to a design in which only the cameras are the ones that protrude from the back. It is the same philosophy that we saw in the S22 Ultra, applied to the new models of the family. This rear part will be slightly curved to improve ergonomics, keeping the screen flat on the front.
Speaking of it, we will be facing a Super AMOLED panel of just over 6 inches, with Full HD + resolution, adaptive refresh rate up to 120 Hz and a small perforation at the top. The materials that Samsung will use, as usual, will be glass and aluminum.
Quant confirms in WinFuture that The new Samsung will arrive in Europe without Exynos on board, excellent news given the efficiency and raw power of the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, a processor on a par with Apple’s A16 Bionic. There is no news yet on the price of this model although, if there are no surprises in the increases, it should be slightly below 1,000 euros.