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Samsung Galaxy S23 – All Ins & Outs We Know So Far

by Nathan Zachary
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There are several leaks and rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S23, even though it has not come out yet. It shows how excited people are for the phone that will come after the Samsung Galaxy S22.

Since the last batch of Android phones came out at the start of 2022, do not expect this one to come out until early 2023. However, there are rumors about this exciting flagship phone. We have put them all together below.

Get to the Point

●       What’s that?

Samsung’s next popular top-of-the-line phone

●       When can I get it?

Most likely in early 2023

●       What does it cost?

Most likely more than $799, £769, or AU$1,249

When will the Samsung Galaxy S23 come out?

Most likely, Samsung will show off the Galaxy S23 in February 2023. All the leaks point in that direction. Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy S21 came out in January 2021. New models in this line came out in February.

To be more specific, the latest rumor about the launch is that it will be in the first week of February. The same source says the phone may go on sale on February 17. So, if you plan to purchase it, start saving up now.

Cost of the Samsung Galaxy S23

As for price, it may be like the Samsung Galaxy S22, which will be priced at $799, £769, or AU$1,249. That is the same price as when the Galaxy S21 came out. So, Samsung may keep doing this for the next two years, though the price can also go up.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Design and Display

Unofficial renders have shown us what the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus may look like. They show phones with flat screens, punch-hole cameras in the same place, and metal frames that look like the phones that came before them. The same source says they have 6.1-inch screens and dimensions of 146.3 x 70.8 x 7.6mm for the Galaxy S23 and 6.6-inch screens and dimensions of 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6mm for the Galaxy S23 Plus.

The Difference from the Galaxy S22

The Galaxy S23 Ultra might not change much at all. According to this source, it will be 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.9 mm. They also say it will have the same 6.8-inch, 1440 x 3088 screens as its predecessor.

Improvements in the Galaxy S23

The main differences are a less curvy design and different dimensions, which this source says are 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.8 mm. This time, the two small rear camera sensors may also be flush with the back of the phone, and the metal rings around the lenses may be a bit bigger. The source also says that the screen will get some improvements, like better HDR, a brighter peak, and more accurate colors, but it will still be 6.8 inches.

We have also heard that the Galaxy S23 will only come in beige, black, light green, and light pink, which is different from the Galaxy S22, which has more colors. One source says the Galaxy S23 may have the same 6.1-inch, 1080p screen as its predecessor. A second source has now confirmed this.

The Camera

We have already heard a lot about the cameras. The S23 Ultra might have a 200-megapixel camera. The claim comes from a leaker who is quite famous for releasing popular and accurate leaks. Also, Samsung has already shown off a 200-megapixel camera. We have also heard for the third time that a 200MP sensor is in the works.

One source says this camera can be a big step up and let you take and record better photos and videos at night. The same source says that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will take better telephoto shots than the S22 Ultra, even though the optical zoom distances will be the same.

Final Thoughts

The Galaxy S23 will be released soon. We expect more and more rumors about the phone as the date gets closer. As the S23 becomes available, we will update this post. So you will know what to expect.

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