Samsung Galaxy S23 design appears online – changes to the front camera & middle frame


Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S22

South Korean manufacturing giant, Samsung, has been working on its new flagships for many months. These devices will officially launch in a few weeks. Before the official launch, there are several rumours regarding the series. A popular Chinese tech blogger, @iceuniverse recently tweeted some info on the design of the Samsung Galaxy S23 standard version. According to his tweet, the company will further reduce the size of the front camera of the Galaxy S23 standard version. In addition to the small camera size, the device will also use a larger metal middle frame.

Samsung Galaxy S23

In a follow-up tweet, he also shared the thickness of the front frame of the Galaxy S23 standard version. The thickness of the left and right sides and the top part is 3.0 mm. The thickness of the chin part is 3.2 mm while the diameter of the punch hole is 3.0 mm. Due to the increased thickness of the middle frame, the Phantom Black version of this device may have an obviously thick frame. The frame size should be closer to that of the Galaxy A53 / A54. Thus, the overall feel of the device will also be similar.

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Samsung Galaxy S23

Samsung Galaxy S23 specs

The standard Galaxy S23 smartphone is equipped with a 6.1-inch Super AMOLED display. It supports a refresh rate of 120Hz and a peak brightness of up to 1750 nits. It uses a 3900mAh battery, which also comes with 25W fast charging. With regular usage, this device could last a full day with regular usage. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is also equipped with an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, with a CPU clocking at 3.36GHz, which is even better than the normal version. This device will also come with a feature that is already in the iPhone 14 and Huawei Mate 50 series, the satellite communication feature. This series will be officially released on February 1st.  

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