Galaxy S23 Plus: This is what the new Samsung mobile phone should look like

The year 2022 is almost over and new Galaxy S smartphones from Samsung are within reach. Traditionally, the manufacturer unveils its flagship models shortly after the start of a new year. In February 2023 at the latest, it should be that time again this time. So far, speculation about a supposed Galaxy S23 has been primarily limited to the question of whether Samsung will rely on Snapdragon chips from Qualcomm worldwide, or whether Europe will once again get its own Exynos processor. Now a leak reveals the surprising design of the Galaxy S23 Plus.

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Render images show new back

The website Smartprix.com, in collaboration with the usually well-informed industry insider and Twitter user OnLeaks Render images created to show the appearance of the new smartphone model. If they turn out to be correct, the device will in future be without the so-called camera hump. As with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung lowers most of the main camera’s lenses into the housing and manages without additional curvature in the area of ​​the camera module. However, nothing changes in the number of lenses, three lenses are still adorned here.

Galaxy S23 Plus larger than its predecessor

The size of the Galaxy S23 should also differ from its predecessor. Therefore, the smartphone also comes with a screen diagonal of 6.6 inches, but the housing must be 0.3 millimeters longer and wider. Other than that, not much has changed, at least visually. Samsung still places the selfie camera in a punched-out hole in the center of the top edge of the screen. The USB-C port and speakers are also in the familiar position. Only the opening for the SIM card is missing from the rendered images. However, the authors of the graphics state that the final smartphone will most likely still have a corresponding slot on board.

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