Galaxy S23 Leaks Have Started, Check Out This Galaxy S23+ Render!

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Galaxy S23 Leaks Have Started, Check Out This Galaxy S23+ Render!

It’s been more than a month since Samsung’s newest 2022 flagships, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, went on sale worldwide, but the leaks for the Korean giant’s next big flagship series have begun. People above Smartprix has published renders of the Galaxy S23+, showing us the device from almost every angle.

It seems that with the Galaxy S23 lineup, Samsung is eliminating the classy metal-meets-island camera-frame design on the back for all models. The three rear cameras now protrude from the body separately, just like the cameras on this year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra. If we’re being honest, the new design with individual camera rings doesn’t look that great in renders, but we’ll leave our judgment when we get to see the Galaxy S23 series in person.

Galaxy S23+ renders don’t show the SIM tray, but maybe there’s no reason to panic

Of note here is that the render doesn’t appear to have a SIM card tray on the bottom of the phone, but that might just be the fact that this isn’t an official image. It’s highly unlikely that Samsung will remove the SIM tray on its next flagship line – even the new iPhones have a SIM tray despite the fact that you can’t actually insert a physical SIM card into it in the US market.

As for the front of the Galaxy S23+, it is reported that there is a 6.6-inch screen that is similar to the S22+, although the dimensions are said to be slightly different. The Galaxy S23+ is reportedly slightly taller and wider than its predecessor with dimensions of 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6mm (the S22+ measures 157.4 x 75.8 x 7.6mm).

That’s all we can learn with this leak. Not much, but now that the floodgates are open, we’ll be seeing more information about the leaked Galaxy S23 series in the near future. Just don’t expect to be blown away by major hardware upgrades, because if the previous leaks are accurate, Samsung will be reusing most of the hardware from the Galaxy S22 series and focusing on improving the experience through the software side, especially on the S23 and S23+.

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