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After months of rumors, Samsung finally announced its next Unpacked event this week. There, it will take the stage to officially unveil the Galaxy S23 series. Of course, with leaks nearly every day, it doesn’t seem to leave much to the imagination.It looks like we know pretty much everything there is to know about Samsung’s next phone, from its sleek design to its improved specs. Today, we take a closer look at all three models in different colors, including the S23 Ultra’s built-in S Pen peak.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
There are three leaks to watch today. Two are specifically focused on Samsung’s larger phones, and another on all three of his S23 sizes. The first set is from his Niewemobiel where he reveals renderings of the Galaxy S23 Ultra and S23 Plus in all four colors.
Unlike previous leaks, these images show the device from all angles and give us a glimpse of all the camera bumps (via SamMobile). Aside from new color options called Phantom Black, Cotton Flower, Botanic Green, and Misty Lilac, the S23 Ultra looks pretty much like its predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy S23+
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S23 Plus looks more like a curvilinear variant of the Ultra than ever before. Aside from dropping the boxy design, the new camera layout aligns the phone’s design for the first time since the S21 generation. That said, these profile shots confirm the Plus’ shorter lens, with all three appearing at about half the length of the Ultra.
Our third leak is leak, he tweeted high-res renderings of all four shades of all three Samsung phones below. You don’t get the same profile view here, but you do get three shots (not to scale) of him looking straight ahead, looking at all the color-matching S Pens for Ultra. Samsung kept the main part of the stylus black, but the end caps match the frame of the device to blend in when embedded in the chassis.
Galaxy S23 series
At this point we don’t know what else might be leaked regarding the Galaxy S23 lineup. But with nearly three weeks left until Samsung’s event on February 1st, there’s still plenty of time left for early hands-on. If you’re lucky, you might even see a demolition. At this point, anything is possible.
Samsung Galaxy S23 series
After months of rumors, hints, leaks, and teases, Samsung’s flagship phone — a regular phone that doesn’t fold or require you to pay your mortgage in full — is within reach. Their official debut is February 1st, but if you already know what you’re buying, you can save $50 if you pre-order the phone alone, and $100 if you pre-order it alongside the new Galaxy Book. However, phone reservations are free, so if for some reason you don’t like what you see and decide not to buy it, it won’t cost you anything.