Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Ultra Design, and four colors appear from the back in a new leak

With less than a month left until the launch of Samsung Unpacked, you can rest assured that there will be an avalanche of leaks surrounding the Galaxy S23. On this occasion, we have been greeted with many images of the base model and its top member, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, in the latest leak, where we can see not only the design from the back but also the four finishes that Samsung is expected to prepare for these two models.

Barely any difference in design compared to older models indicates that Samsung will handle the hardware improvements up to the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Ultra.

The photos were uploaded to FM Korea, and they look very convincing. Unfortunately, the Galaxy S23 Plus didn’t show up on the website, but given the four colors, we don’t think Samsung will bring any few finishes to the model that falls in between the rest. In all, we should expect to announce the following colors on February 1st; Cottonflower, Misty Magenta, Vegetal Green, and Phantom Black.

On the back of every Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Ultra, there’s a varying number of cameras, which is to be expected. Fortunately, all three models will arrive with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, and those who feared seeing an Exynos version land in their markets should rejoice because a 2023 launch will be a Snapdragon thing.

All Galaxy S23 models seen from the back

We also got to know the RAM and storage configurations, and many readers will be happy to hear that Samsung may offer 256GB of internal storage for the base versions. However, in terms of design, we were disappointed to see Samsung only make minor changes rather than introducing a radical aesthetic change.

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This indicates a lack of effort from the Korean giant, and it may be relying on internal promotions to do most of the selling, which could work in the company’s favor to some extent. Unfortunately, those who already own any Galaxy S22 model from last year may see no reason to upgrade unless Samsung gives its consumers a pre-order offer that is simply too good to pass up. Anyway, what do you think of the four finishes Samsung will be shipping worldwide? Tell us in the comments.

All Galaxy S23 Ultra models seen from the back

News source: FM Korea

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