Sunday, February 5, 2023

Is the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra or Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra in the fake photos that were leaked?

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The introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is just around the corner, and a continuous stream of leaks has already revealed a lot about the handsets. Although leaked renders gave us our first glimpse of every member of the S23 family, leaked dummy unit images released by SlashLeaks give us our finest look yet at the devices’ overall design.

These lineup mock-ups are non-functional and not for sale, but they highlight all the body twerks that were previously hidden in the renders. Follow For More Updates at

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As opposed to the distinct camera island we saw on the vanilla S22 and S22 Plus, we know that the upcoming S23 series models will borrow a leaf from the current-gen S22 Ultra’s design playbook. What we couldn’t see in the images was that new phones will have a more angular body and rounder corners than last generation’s handsets.

Samsung Galaxy S23 series design changes

It can be challenging to distinguish between the basic Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus devices from the photographs. They both have flat sides and front panels and both have a triple back camera arrangement, therefore their designs are identical in every way. The size of the cellphones would be the only distinguishing feature, with the Plus model standing out more than the standard model.

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Check out the Galaxy S23 Ultra if you thought it was hard to tell the vanilla from the Plus model. The highest-end non-foldable Samsung gadget for the following year resembles its predecessor exactly. The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s successor keeps the same camera arrangement, and although having sides that are now flatter, it still has a curved back panel that curves into the curved display. For the latest news, follow us on Google News

However, they are not Samsung’s official images; rather, they are of dummy units. Therefore, we will have to wait until the Galaxy launch event in February to learn about the devices’ actual designs.

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