The next Galaxy S23 series of smartphones are rumoured to be unveiled sometime in the first few months of 2019, and a leak that recently appeared has shown that there will be multiple sizes available.
Even though there hasn’t been an official confirmation yet, there are rumours that the Galaxy S23 range will include three different models: the Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23+, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
In addition, reputable sources of information have divulged a multitude of important particulars concerning the impending Galaxy S22 series successors. In keeping with this, a reputable source of leaks known as Ice Universe has now published photos of screen protectors for the Galaxy S23 series.
The photographs that were stolen indicate the dimensions of each smartphone in the Galaxy S23 series. The base model of the Galaxy S23 series is, as was to be expected, the most compact of the three.
There have been rumours that the entry-level Galaxy S23 will have a display of 6.1 inches. On the other side, the Galaxy S23+ will come with a display that is 6.6 inches in size (diagonally).
According to recent rumours, the display on the Galaxy S23 Ultra model will supposedly measure in at a somewhat larger 6.8 inches. It is important to note that the screen sizes of the Galaxy S22 series are comparable to these screen sizes.
In addition, it is very likely that the outside design of the Galaxy S23 triplets will be identical to that of its predecessor. Therefore, it is reasonable to expect that the three future devices will adhere to the same design aesthetic as the Galaxy S22 family of products that is already available.
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— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 29, 2022
It would appear that the leading smartphone manufacturer in South Korea is placing a greater emphasis on delivering functional upgrades rather than attractive ones. In spite of this, it is anticipated that the Galaxy S23 series will feature a significant number of functional enhancements.
For instance, the newest Galaxy S-series smartphones will be equipped with more recent chipsets, improved cameras, and larger batteries. In point of fact, rumours have it that Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphones will have the company’s most significant camera update to yet.
The future smartphones might be equipped with Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon 8 Generation 2 CPU under the chassis. This is understandable considering that the performance of the Exynos processors has not lived up to the expectations that the business had for them.
Screen covers that were stolen from a retail store provide credence to previous information suggesting that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a curved display. However, both of the other phones in the Galaxy S23 series will have displays that are flat.
In addition to this, the bezels that encompass the protectors come in a variety of sizes. In point of fact, it can be seen in a variety of photographs that the bezels come in a variety of sizes.
On the other hand, protective films do not typically provide us with an accurate representation of the display bezels. In addition, Samsung is still having trouble getting uniform bezels across all of their devices.
The chin on the Galaxy S series of smartphones is more substantial than the top bezel, and the side bezels are symmetrical. It is expected that the bezels on the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra will all have a more consistent appearance than the bezels on the Galaxy S23 Ultra.