Samsung’s Galaxy S23 series is expected to be unveiled for the first time at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1, but we already have a solid idea of what the device will look like. Leaked renders posted by WinFuture reveals both the design and color options available for the base model Galaxy S23 phone.
It comes in four colors: black, white, green, and rose-purple
If legal (WinFuture has an excellent track record), then the Galaxy S23 will get rid of the raised camera island that was featured on its predecessor, the Galaxy S22, so that the phone’s three cameras protrude separately from the back of the body. The S23’s chassis looks like the familiar metal frame and glass lid combo we’ve seen on previous models, and leaked renders show the phone will be available in four colors: black, white, green, and rose-lilac.
There’s no confirmation yet on the S23’s specs, but it’s rumored to be equipped with a new, brighter OLED display, and the range is expected to include a higher-resolution camera sensor with better low-light performance and powered by Qualcomm’s latest flagship processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, in North America.