Renders created by the YouTube channel 4RMD suggest that the upcoming Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus will eschew the Contour Cut camera hump in favor of a design similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The gadgets’ sleek, modern appearance is mostly due to the thoughtful rear design, which will appeal to minimalists.
The screen is still flat with a pinhole in the middle for the front-facing camera, which has supposedly the same pixel count as the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus. It’s impossible to tell from the renders, but the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus may be broader and taller than their 2022 predecessors, as well as having somewhat larger bezels.
We may expect the Galaxy S23 to have a 6.1-inch display and the S23 Plus to sport a 6.5-inch screen, as these are the sizes currently used by the two phones’ respective predecessors. All Galaxy S23 handsets will have a Qualcomm processor, likely the much-rumored Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which, according to benchmark scores that have leaked, will offer a significant performance gain.
Larger batteries are the only distinguishing feature of the new iterations that aren’t ultra. It is predicted that the S23 Plus will feature a 4,700mAh cell and the S23 will have a 3,900mAh battery, both 200mAh more than their predecessors. Only Qualcomm chips will be used in all Galaxy S23 handsets, likely the much-rumored Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which,
according to benchmark scores that have leaked, will offer a significant performance gain. The non-Ultra devices’ primary distinguishing feature will be an increased battery capacity, which is not included in the Ultra’s list of standard features.
In comparison to their predecessors, the batteries in the S23 Plus and S23 should be 4,700mAh and 3,900mAh, respectively. The low-power mode introduced on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is expected to be carried over to the rest of the lineup, which should allow for even longer battery life.
It has been rumored that the phones will only come in beige, black, green, and a light pink color scheme, despite the renders showing them in five different colors. Despite prior rumors, the Galaxy S23 lineup won’t be shown until February, not December.