The hits just keep on coming as we move closer to the official Galaxy S23 launch on February 1. We've seen official renders of the three Galaxy S23 models in separate leaks over the last few days, and now there's another leak that shows the full lineup in every color and from virtually all angles.
This should basically be the be-all and end-all leak of the new phones' official renders – in the coming days, we can expect some real-life photos of the Galaxy S23 series phones and more details on what specs the three models will offer. We already have a good idea about the specs thanks to earlier rumors, but that doesn't mean more official info won't make its way online before Samsung's Unpacked 2023 event in the US.
Any guesses on how many more Galaxy S23 leaks are on their way?
What's interesting about these Galaxy S23 pictures is how the phones look rather similar to the iPhone at first glance. It's all because of that wallpaper, which is likely supposed to depict the moon to hint at the improved photography chops the new flagship will get but is not exactly conveying the message as well as it could be. The new individual rear camera rings on the non-Ultra models don't help, either.
Of course, there's a tiny chance that Samsung is banking on this iPhone-like feel to get more customers interested in picking up a Galaxy S23, S23+, or S23 Ultra when they see advertisements for the devices outdoors or on their mobile or television screens. If that's the case, well, we don't exactly blame Samsung, though we do expect the company to be better than ripping off Apple's iPhones after having been the top Android manufacturer for more than a decade.