Galaxy S23 Case Revealed; New Shaped Camera Module
As per previous reports, Samsung is working on its upcoming flagship, “Galaxy S23 series,” which would be the successor of the Galaxy S lineup. Even some leaksters on the internet have also revealed the device’s renders. Today, we got another leak revealing the standard Galaxy S23’s design.
This afternoon, the famous blogger @Ice Universe (on Weibo) revealed the images of the standard Galaxy S23’s protective case. In the protective cover’s image, the first thing you would observe is the new camera module which is now separated from the side edges.
In the previous model (Galaxy S22), the camera module was attached with side edges. However, Samsung has changed the design for its upcoming Galaxy S23 series. The camera module in Galaxy S23 is a large pill-shaped module in which three camera lenses are included.
It is also observed that the side buttons would remain the same. The only significant change is the camera module design. Except for this, no more major changes can be observed.
Previously, reports also revealed that the body dimensions and screen size in the entire Galaxy S23 lineup would remain almost the same as in the Galaxy S22 lineup. A very little difference (around 0.1mm to 0.5mm) is expected between both series’ devices.
Regarding other specifications, the new Galaxy S23 lineup will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset, coming this November. The new Snapdragon 8 Gen2 would be a major upgrade over its predecessor. Its specifications are already live on our site; check out the attached article for more information.
The rumors also suggest that Samsung might manufacture a limited number of Exynos 2230/2300 5G powered Galaxy S23 devices. Moreover, the entire Galaxy S23 lineup has also been listed on 3C Certification sites, which states that the Chinese models will support 25W fast charging. The other variants (International) are expected to feature a higher 45W fast charging.
Currently, it is expected that the new Galaxy S23 lineup will be released between the end of December 2022 and January 2023.