Samsung Galaxy S23 set to shine in new colours! Launch on February 1
Samsung Galaxy S23 colour theme has been leaked.
The launch of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S23 series is just around the corner! Leaks have already dropped the expected date of the Galaxy S23's arrival, which is February 1. So far, there have been plenty of leaks around the Galaxy S23 launch. One of the latest ones says, the smartphone will arrive in four different colours, which will be common for the higher variants too, including the Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. These colours are "Phantom Black" (black), "Botanic Green" (green), "Mystic Lilac" (pink/purple) and "Cotton Flower" (white). However, the latest leak by WinFuture suggested there is a new Mystic Lilac colour that hasn't been the part of what the rumour mills have revealed so far.
Moreover, the rest of the changes compared to the previous Galaxy S22 series are limited. Samsung is expected to bring major changes only in the design. The WinFuture report suggested that the triple-camera setup in the rear panel will include only individually protruding elements. Moreover, the back panel will remain glass, likely a Corning product. It is also said to have a metal frame combined with a glass cover. The report further says that the frame of all the variants will be coloured in the colour that is on the back. The used material for the standard and the Plus model may be a high-quality aluminium variant.
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The shared images by WinFuture show that Galaxy S23 will have a completely flat front as well as back. At the front, the selfie camera is again expected to be placed centrally below the top edge of the screen in a cutout hole. However, it may use a slight curvature in the housing frame, probably so that the smartphones fit better in the hand.
Apart from the major design changes, the rest of the details are scarce. Several leaks suggest that the Galaxy S23 will pack an exclusive Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset under the hood coupled with a custom overclocked CPU. The report says that Samsung is also expected to adopt the new UFS 4.0 storage and 8GB LPDDR5X RAM.
However, the rest of the details are expected to be revealed only after the launch of the Galaxy S23 series.