On Friday, Nieuwe Mobiel published official photos of the upcoming Samsung phones: the Galaxy S23 Ultra and the Galaxy S23 Plus.
The images published by the Dutch website reveal the cameras of the two phones, their design, and the colors that they will come with. And it comes after the images leaked by the German website (WinFuture) of the third phone in the series: the Galaxy S23.
Similar to the (Galaxy S23), it appears that the (Galaxy S23 Ultra) and (Galaxy S23 Plus) models share a metal frame and glass design that looks similar to the latest Apple iPhones, and some of the smartphones launched during the past period.
Unlike the (Galaxy S22) series phones, the three upcoming phones in the (Galaxy S23) series will be available in four colors: black, white, green, and light pink.
And the images of the (Galaxy S23 Ultra) phone equipped with the electronic stylus (S Pen) reveal some differences from the other two phones in the series.
According to the leaked images, the back of the phone will be flatter compared to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, and it contains 5 camera sensors: 3 of them contain lenses larger than the other two sensors, and they feature a ring surrounding them.
According to the leaks, the (Galaxy S23 Ultra) phone will feature a 200-megapixel main rear camera, which is the first in Samsung Galaxy phones. It is also believed that it will offer improved autofocus and image stabilization functions compared to last year’s phone.
It is noteworthy that Samsung intends to announce the (Galaxy S23) series phones during the (Galaxy Unpacked) event, which will be held on February 1.
Now, buyers can reserve their copy of the upcoming phones and get a $50 credit. A $100 credit can also be obtained if buyers book a phone with their laptop: the Galaxy Book.
It is expected that the upcoming (Galaxy S23) phones will contain the latest and fastest version of Qualcomm processors, which is: (Snapdragon 8 Gen 2), with random access memory (LPDDR5X) of 8 GB or 12 GB, and internal storage type (UFS 4.0). ) with a size of 512 GB. Programmatically, the series phones will work with the Android 13 operating system, with the company’s user interface (One UI 5.0).
This, and the (Galaxy Unpacked) event can be watched via the company’s official website (Samsung.com), and its YouTube channel.
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