Samsung is all set to unveil a new set of Galaxy S23 phones at its Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1st, but there’s been a steady stream of leaks streaming in, and more images have already leaked ahead of the big event. Yesterday, we’ve seen official renders of the three phones in separate leaks in low resolution quality. However, if you’ve been waiting to see what the next Galaxy phones from Samsung would look like in high resolution without any watermarks, a fresh set of new renders have leaked that show the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and the top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra with color-matching S Pens from all angles in all four shades – allegedly called Phantom Black, Cotton Flower, Botanic Green, and Misty Lilac.
In these latest photos, which come to the Internet courtesy of evleaks on Twitter, we now again get a look at what sure appear to be the official press renders. This should basically be the final leak of the new phones’ official renders. We’ve seen specs, renders, dummy units, cases & skins, official teaser videos, and so much more, thanks to earlier rumors. What else could possibly leak regarding the Galaxy S23 lineup in the coming days – we can expect some real-life images of the phones and more specific details on what specs the three models will offer, and one more thing left to reveal would be pricing and availability.
In side view comparison against to its predecessor, the Galaxy S23 Ultra handset’s middle frame is widened., while the button is moved down and widened. The three cameras on the back side are larger and seem to be a little thicker now. The two protrusions on the right are significantly reduced. The Ultra model is said to have improved sound quality, with an emphasis on better bass to improve the overall audio experience for the users.
It is worth mentioning that these Galaxy S23 pictures are indicating how the phones look rather identical to the iPhones at first glance. It’s all because of that wallpaper, which is supposedly depicting the moon to hint at the improved nighttime photography and astrophotography of the new flagship phones.