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Samsung Galaxy S23 series appears in leaked images

Samsung Galaxy S23 series appears in leaked images
Samsung Galaxy S23 series appears in leaked images

Despite the fact that we are still 2 months away from its launch, the Samsung Galaxy S23 family is already grabbing all the attention; Every smartphone enthusiast is eager to meet the upcoming Samsung flagships and we are here to serve that need.

Getting into the matter, the leaks of the Galaxy S23 series are already the order of the day and the most recent ones reveal the design of the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra in images that leave little to the imagination. Interestingly, the standard S23 is absent from this round of leaks, but hey, at least we now have a good idea of ​​what its bigger brothers look like. Without further ado, here are the press images:

As you can see, the S23+ and S23 Ultra are distinguishable with the naked eye, the first opts for a rounded design for the corners and pink as the main color, while the second opts for completely square edges and green as its characteristic color; In the same way, 5 photographic sensors can be seen on the back of the latter.

Samsung Galaxy S23 series What can we expect?

Based on the previous leaks, we can already put together a list of key specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. Going into details, the processor of all mobiles is expected to be the brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 , which is already taking over all high-end smartphones.

We know that at least in the case of the Galaxy S23+ there will be 12GB of RAM, as well as a 6.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED display. In the photographic field, there is a 108MP + 10MP + 10MP + 12MP quad camera capable of filming 8K video at 30FPS and a 12MP selfie camera.

For its part, the Galaxy S23 Ultra would boast an impressive 200MP main sensor to take the photographic experience to the next level.

With all that said, the information shared so far lacks official confirmation, so don’t be surprised if some details end up being inaccurate. Be that as it may, in February (as rumors suggest) will be the official presentation of the terminals, so there is a long way to go to clear up doubts.