Samsung Galaxy S23 & S23+ press renders leak reveals design

We’re just a few months away from Samsung’s next big event to show off the next iteration of Galaxy S23 series. we now have a gallery of leaked official renders of the upcoming flagship models. The first Samsung Galaxy S23 & Galaxy S23+ press renders have leaked, which can be viewed in full below.

Samsung Galaxy S23 leaked render

The official-looking renders arrive from reliable source @OnLeaks, collaborating with SmartPrix. So we can safely assume that we may very well be looking at most official look of the Korean manufacturer’s latest and greatest flagship handsets in the form of a leaked press render.

If you observe the image closely, Samsung is changing its design next year. On both S23 and S23+ phones, the camera modules are no longer aligned vertically inside a metallic bump. Each camera module is tucked in its own bulging circle. The camera sensors appear to be quite large. If you remember, the previous generation Galaxy S22 Ultra had the same camera design on its back side. Physical buttons are located on the right side and the bottom area accommodates a speaker grille and a USB-C port, and this series won’t have a 3.5mm headphone jack.

According to the previous rumors, the Galaxy S23 will have the same 6.1-inch screen size of the last year’s Galaxy S22, measuring taller and wider than its predecessor with 146 x 70.6 x 7.6 mm measurements. On the other side, Galaxy S23+ will also come with the same 6.6-inch screen size of its predecessor and it would be marginally bigger than S22+, measuring at 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6 mm.

Samsung Galaxy S23+ leaked render

Both the Galaxy S23 (SM-S9110) and Galaxy S23+ (SM-S9160) have been certified by 3C in China with 25W charging support. Samsung is supposed to announce its Galaxy S23 series in Q1 2023, which is plenty of time for the next flagships to leak a lot more. Better keep in mind these leaked renders don’t represent final design exactly. The final look could change.

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