TabTech Quick Hits - Galaxy S23 Leaks

TabTech Quick Hits - Galaxy S23 Leaks

We're somewhere around three months from Samsung's true divulging of the World S23 family, however the breaks have begun vigorously today, with renders of both the stock Galaxy S23 as well as the Galaxy S23+.

As you can see underneath, the plan is not changing one year from now, regardless of whether these are as yet going to be prominently conspicuous as Samsung devices.

On the back there's no more camera island at all, rather every camera is housed in its own round camera module. In the event that you're thinking you've seen this before some place, obviously you did - Samsung's own Galaxy S22 Ultra had a very much like plan. Seems to be in 2023 it will spread to the whole family.

In any case, there's not a lot to discuss here - the front is still all-screen, and the selfie camera is still to be found in a focused opening punch. The World S23+ will anyway be barely greater than its ancestor, flaunting a similar size 6.6-inch screen yet estimating 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6 mm - contrasted with 157.4 x 75.8 x 7.6 mm, which are the S22+'s estimations.

Supposedly we ought to expect 25W charging support, and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in charge. The S23+ is said to have the model number SM-S9160.

Yet again the S23 will keep the 6.1-inch screen size of its ancestor as well, estimating 146.3 x 70.8 x 7.6 mm - imperceptibly taller and more extensive than the model it will supplant, which was the S22 that came in at 146 x 70.6 x 7.6 mm. Specs ought to be no different for the S23 concerning the S23+, beside battery limit obviously, which is tipped to get a 5% expansion, and that implies we could wind up with 3,900 mAh. 

The Samsung S23 Ultra has yet to leak but reports have begun to spill out that it will keep the same design language as this year's model with minimal changes. One minor leaked piece of information that has emerged is the screen will keep the same size but will be slightly more flat, reducing the amount of curvature on either side of the screen and a smaller, thinner bezel on all four sides of the screen. We will bring you details as soon as we get them.

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