For all the design innovations Samsung has taken for its Galaxy Z Flip 4 And the Galaxy Z Fold 4 phones, the trusty Galaxy S range are starting to feel somewhat unloved.
According to a new leak, the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus will retain the same design of Third consecutive year.
This word comes from regular Samsung, leaked on Twitter Ice world, which calls the design “same”, along with several other key components. He writes: “For the S23 and S23+, they have the same design as the S22, even the middle frame is unchanged. Same screen, same sensor, same camera and battery are same. Processor upgrade to 8Gen2.”
There will be a slight change to the top of the Ultra version of the S23 range, according to the leaker, which promises a flatter display. Ice Universe writes: “The biggest change in the S23 Ultra is the increase in the width of the middle frame, which means that the curved portion of the glass will be reduced.”
The Galaxy S23 range will be Samsung’s first flagship launch in 2023, and the devices will likely arrive in late January or early February. Ice Universe had already claimed that the S23 Ultra will also have “exactly the same camera as the S22 Ultra” so changes may be few and far between.
However, there may be better news for the British due to rumors that Samsung will use Qualcomm Snapdragon chips for the UK version of the phone, rather than the homegrown Exynos processors. The change will be for the better, given the US version of the Galaxy S22, which is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, which performed much better than the UK device powered by the Exynos 2200 chip. Recent comments from Qualcomm seem to indicate that the S23 will have Snapdragon processors around the scientist.