Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy S23 soon, with an event already officially scheduled for February 1. Prepping for launch means there are plenty of opportunities for things to leak, and official S23 pictures have landed at WinFuture.
The pictures are right in line with the renders from OnLeaks shared several months ago. This year the Galaxy S line is picking up camera design queues from the Ultra model, going with individual camera lenses rather than a big corner camera block. We also get a look at the sides, which are still nicely rounded and should be a bit more comfortable to hold than flat-sided devices. WinFuture’s pictures are technically of the base model S23, though the S23 Plus should look identical. WinFuture says the available colors are “‘Phantom Black’ (black), ‘Botanic Green’ (green), ‘Mystic Lilac’ (pink/purple) and ‘Cotton Flower’ (white).”
The S23 Ultra is expected to look just like the S22 Ultra. That means it separates itself from the base model’s rounded-corner design and is instead an aggressively rectangular slab of glass, with flat edges on the top and bottom. The flat edges and hard corners give it more room to stow an S-Pen, which is the big addition to the more premium model.