The tipster known as Time Machine @Onleaks has finally leaked the high-resolution renders of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus smartphone. The leaked renders show a radical change in the previous design of the S23 Plus as compared to its predecessor.
According to the leaked 5k renders, the Galaxy s23 Plus flagship will feature a brand new rear design. With the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung got rid of the camera island, which is now apparently coming to the Galaxy S23 Plus.
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The Galaxy S23 series of smartphones has received Chinese 3C certification, revealing some key specifications. Now the rumors are focused on the renders of the upcoming Galaxy S23 Plus. Let’s take a look at the renders of the phone below.
According to Smartprix, the Galaxy S23 lineup will be released in January or February 2023. They also leaked renders of the Galaxy S23 Plus, which show major changes to the rear panel design, which is somewhat inspired by the Galaxy A32.
As the renders reveal, the Galaxy S23 Plus houses three rear camera sensors arranged in a vertical arrangement on the top left corner. It’s almost the same as the Galaxy S22 Plus except for the camera island, which first debuted with the S21 and continues with the S22.
The S23 Plus could be slightly bigger than its predecessor, with a 6.6-inch display and dimensions of 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6mm. On the front, there is no under-display camera, and we can see the same hole punch design for the front-facing selfie camera. Volume rockers and a side key are on the right side.
There is a speaker grille and a USB type-C port for charging located at the bottom side of the device. The SIM tray could also be located there. Previous reports have revealed that these devices will be equipped with Snapdragon 8 gen 2 chipsets, more power-efficient displays, and better software on top of Android 13.