Galaxy S23: check the final design of the three smartphones


Galaxy S23

Unusually, the website Slashleaks has revealed the design in advance of the three Galaxy S23 models. Hence, the chance to validate the design that the previous leaks had mentioned. The removal of the camera compartment module from all three models. To make place exclusively for the sensors is without a doubt the most noticeable difference.

There isn’t much left to know about the smartphones other than their pricing as the Galaxy S23 announcement gets closer. It is now time to confirm the design of the three models using various leaked photos, keeping with the tradition of leaks surrounding Samsung flagships. Respecting tradition, Leaks today reveals the smartphone models. After being dissatisfied with just revealing the Ultra version’s technical specifications earlier in the week.

Confirmation of the Galaxy S23 design

In comparison to the renderings that leaked last September. The latter therefore come as a little surprise, if not none at all. By removing the camera compartment module, the regular and Plus versions do appear to draw inspiration from the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s design. A fresh idea that will surely generate discussion, but which at the very least merits presenting a more elegant appearance.

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Furthermore, Samsung doesn’t make much changes to the Galaxy S22’s design. Since the Ultra model’s sensors appear to protrude less pronouncedly from the case. We will observe that they are all the same but slightly less imposing. In other words, compared to its predecessors, Samsung appears to have chosen a more traditional design. Which some might argue is simply a tried and true formula.

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Though these models typically serve as excellent predictors of smartphones’ final designs. Keep in mind that we are still susceptible to changes. For instance, the latter appears to indicate the presence of a fingerprint scanner on the right side. Beneath the power button. The latter, though, should be hidden beneath the phone’s screen, according to earlier rumors.

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