More Galaxy S23 series protective case renders leaked


We’ve had a pretty good look at the Galaxy S23 phones through the leaked official images and unboxing videos. Meanwhile, the Korean tech is also preparing to launch accessories as well to match up with the Galaxy S23 lineup. In the US you can already reserve any Galaxy S23 model, which will net you a flat $50 or up to $100 free Samsung credit to spend on accessories, and that savings would be enough to buy a protective case for your new flagship.

We already came through a bunch of leaked Galaxy S23 cases earlier this month. More Galaxy S23-series official case colors and designs have been showing up online through leaked renders, revealing clear cases, colored silicone cases, S-View Flip Covers, as well as screen protectors for the upcoming Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and the top-tier Galaxy S23 Ultra.

As you can in the images, Galaxy S23 series Silicon cases will be offered in blue, bright orange, cream, clear, green, and pink colors. S-View Flip Covers with pockets for a credit card or money holder also leaked in black, cream, green, and pink. There should be around 20 official case options for the Galaxy S3, S23, and for the S23 Ultra. There will also be more numbers of cases from third party retailers.



The Galaxy S23 trio phones will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor onboard, while both the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ phones will be sharing the same kind of camera setups on either sides. Every Galaxy S23 model’s display will feature 1750 nits of peak brightness. The top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra model will be the first phone to feature 200MP camera with HP2 ISOCELL sensor. We already saw some leaked camera snaps highlighting the low-light photography capabilities, as well as 8K 30fps, and 4K 60fps videos recorded using this highly talked 200MP sensor.

We’ve also seen detailed leaks about the S23 Ultra full specs as well as the S23 and S23+ full features and their prices, as well as pre-order offers. The next Galaxy flagships will be unveiled at an event in San Francisco on February 1st.


Via: SnoopyTech

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