Leaks have surfaced with official marketing photos of the Galaxy S23, Samsung’s next flagship smartphone. While it’s unmistakably a Galaxy device, Samsung appears to have altered the phone design in a few notable ways. The Galaxy S23 photo leaks come from Roland Quandt of WinFuture, and they showcase the device comes in four new colors.
Although the images are not particularly high-res, you still get a good look at the phone from all sides. The first change in design that will probably catch your eye is the rear camera array. On past devices like the Galaxy S22, Samsung has used a rectangular bar to surround the camera sensors. That isn’t the case anymore, though. With the Galaxy S23, Samsung has removed the rectangular camera bar entirely. So now each camera sensor appears separated from the others.
Judging from the side image, this also looks to have potentially decreased the size of the camera bump.
The Galaxy S23 leaks in four new colors
This isn’t the first leak regarding the colors, or at least their names. But according to Quandt the colors for the Galaxy S23 will be Phantom Black, Botanic Green, Misty Lilac, and Cotton Flower. Which lines up with a past leak about the device colors.
It also looks like Samsung is using the same color for the rounded edges of the aluminum frame. Which gives the whole device a cleaner, more premium look. In addition to the photos, the leak states that these are the same colors that will be used for the higher end models of the Galaxy S23. Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy S23 at its Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1.
Galaxy S23: This is Samsung’s new flagship phone in official marketing pics (like actually from Samsung, not some very creative person on a forum and stuff, y’all know what I’m talking aboot) https://t.co/nL2STbmlX3
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) January 11, 2023