Ahead of the Galaxy S23 launch event in early February, the design of Samsung’s upcoming high-end phones was revealed through 3D CAD renders. Now, the first set of official promotional images has leaked, revealing the design of the Galaxy S23+ and the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
91Mobiles has published marketing images of the Galaxy S23 series that promote the Galaxy S23+, Galaxy S23 Ultra, and existing Galaxy wearable devices such as the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro and the Galaxy Watch 5. The Galaxy S23+ can be seen in pink, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra can be seen in green. These are the same colors we discussed in our exclusive report published a few days ago.
Galaxy S23+ can be seen in pink, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra can be seen in green color
Samsung has removed the camera island design we saw with the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S22. The Galaxy S23+ now has a design that’s more in line with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, featuring individual camera rings on the rear. The device has slightly curved edges. The Galaxy S23 is also expected to have a similar design, although with a smaller overall size, owing to its smaller screen size.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra looks very similar to its predecessor. However, there are subtle changes, such as the body-colored camera rings on the rear for three of its four cameras. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has black rings around its rear camera. The device still has a punch-hole-shaped display cutout for the front camera, which has reportedly been upgraded to a 12MP sensor.