Check out these Galaxy S23+ renders as the Galaxy S23 leaks have started!

Check out these Galaxy S23+ renders as the Galaxy S23 leaks have started!

Leaks concerning the organization’s impending big flagship series have already started for a little over a month. The Galaxy S23+ has been depicted virtually from every angle in renderings made by Smart Prix.

Samsung appears to be abandoning the elegant camera-island-meets-metal-frame design on the back of all handsets with the Galaxy S23 series. Like the cameras on this year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra, each of the three rear cameras now protrudes from the body individually. To be honest, the renderings of the new design’s unique camera rings don’t look all that terrific, but we’ll reserve judgement until we have our hands on one of the Galaxy S23 series.

No SIM tray is depicted in Galaxy S23+ renderings, but there’s probably no need to get alarmed.

The renders don’t seem to show a SIM card slot at the bottom of the phone, but that is probably just because these aren’t official images. It’s quite unlikely that Samsung will remove the SIM tray on its forthcoming flagship line-up given that even the most recent iPhones have one despite the fact that physical SIM cards cannot be inserted into them in the US market.

The Galaxy S23+ is expected to sport a 6.6-inch screen on the front, similar to the S22+, but with slightly different dimensions. The Galaxy S23+ is believed to be slightly wider and taller than the Galaxy S22+, with dimensions of 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6 mm vs x 75.8 x 7.6 mm for the S22157.4 +.

That is all we can infer from this disclosure. Although it’s not much, more information on the Galaxy S23 series should soon start to emerge now that the floodgates have been opened. Just be aware that most of the Galaxy S4’s components will probably be reused by Samsung, so don’t expect any significant hardware improvements.

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