The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is set to officially launch on February 1 at 11:30PM in India, and rumors suggest that the company will unveil three premium phone models at the event.
The standard model is expected to receive minor upgrades compared to last year’s version, while the high-end Ultra variant is rumored to have a design similar to the discontinued Note model.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Pro is also expected to be announced, but it may be the last Pro model from the brand as rumors suggest that Samsung will be skipping the Galaxy S24 Pro.
Design leaks suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S23 will offer a triple rear camera setup with individually placed sensors on the rear panel, rounded edges, a metal frame, and a glass back similar to the previous generation.
The phone is expected to be available in four colors: black, white, green, and pinkish lilac. The front will feature the standard punch-hole display design.
In terms of specifications, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s new generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, which will also be used in several flagship phones of 2023.
The phones are also expected to offer a better cooling system, faster UFS 4.0 storage, four years of Android upgrades, and five years of security updates.
The Samsung Galaxy s23 camera is rumored to be a core highlight of the new phones, with Samsung promising a great night photography experience and a high-resolution camera. The Ultra variant is rumored to have a 200-megapixel camera, and all three models are expected to offer “epic zoom” capabilities.
Samsung Galaxy s23: New Leaks Reveal Triple Rear Camera, High-Resolution Camera, and “Epic Zoom” Capabilities in the Upcoming Flagship Phones
The leaks suggest that the new Galaxy S23 will have a 3,900mAh battery, a small upgrade over the previous version.
The Ultra and Pro models are expected to have larger batteries to differentiate them in terms of value. The regular model is rumored to have 25W fast charging, while the high-end models could have support for 45W charging.
In terms of price, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is expected to be in the higher range, with a starting price of around Rs 75,999 (approximately $1,040) in India.
The company is rumored to offer 256GB as a base model, which could increase the overall cost of the new models. As always, these details should be taken with a grain of salt until officially confirmed by Samsung.