The Galaxy S23 series from Samsung is expected to come out early next year. But before it does, Digit is giving you an exclusive first look at one of the phones from the company’s next flagship series. Digit has teamed up with the well-known leaker OnLeaks to bring you full 360-degree 5K renders of the new Samsung Galaxy S23. This leak not only shows how the phone looks and how the cameras are set up on the back of the device, but it also shows how big the phone is.
Samsung Galaxy S23: New Design
Earlier, there were rumors that the Samsung Galaxy S23 would only be slightly bigger than its predecessor. Now, OnLeaks has confirmed these rumors by revealing the phone’s dimensions. The leak says that the phone will be about 146.3 x 70.8 x 7.6 mm, which is a little bigger than the Samsung Galaxy S22. The renders also show that the Galaxy S23 will look just like the Galaxy S22, minus the camera module we saw on the Galaxy S22 last year.
Instead, the phone will have a new back camera that looks like the one on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. This means that there are three cameras on the back panel, but they are not connected by a fence or bump. But that’s all we know about the cameras for now, since we don’t know anything about how the back camera works.
When it comes to the front of the phone, the renders show that the bezels will be a little bit wider than before, but the screen will still be the same size. The S23’s screen will be 6.1 inches across, according to information shared by OnLeaks. Again, there is no confirmation, but this screen will likely update at 120Hz. The renders also show that the screen will have a hole in the middle that could fit a 12MP camera, according to previous rumors.
Samsung Galaxy S23: Expected Specifications and Features
As for the other internals, we don’t know much about them right now. But leaks have given us some information about the phone in the past. The phone could have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, a lot of RAMS, and a battery pack that is 5 percent bigger than what we saw on the Galaxy S22.
The devices will only be able to charge at a disappointing 25W. For the 2023’s family, the Exynos variants still come with the Exynos 2300. There will also be Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 models. The phones’ batteries will hold 5% more power. So, in theory, the Galaxy S22 will have a battery of 3,900 mAh.
For the second year in a row, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the best phone in the family. The camera and processor may be the only things that change.