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TL;DR

  • More Samsung Galaxy S23 renders have leaked online.
  • The images give us a better look at the rear cameras and other design details.

We’ve already seen a ton of Galaxy S23 series rumors and leaks, and renders are no exception. Now, we can add more renders to the list as new images of the base Galaxy S23 have appeared online.

WinFuture posted a variety of images showing the base Galaxy S23 from various angles. Check out a gallery of the outlet’s pictures below.

Some of the most notable details seen here include individual camera lenses protruding out of the back (as opposed to one giant camera bump hosting all the cameras), slightly curved metal edges, and several colorways. The phone is also said to be available in Phantom Black, Botanic Green, Mystic Lilac, and Cotton Flower.

Otherwise, the Galaxy S23 range is expected to arrive on February 1 at Samsung’s Unpacked event. All three phones are set to get the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, while a Samsung teaser also points to much-improved low-light photography. However, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is also expected to get a 200MP main camera in lieu of last year’s 108MP shooter.

Keen on the Galaxy S23 series already? Then you can pre-order your device via the button below.

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