Samsung Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra have their signature colors leaked
Samsung is rumored to announce the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra at an event on February 1. As we get closer to that date, more and more details about the devices are starting to leak out. Today we got word of what the signature color will be for each model.
The signature color is the one that will be highlighted the most in all promotional and marketing materials. Each year it's a new one to keep things fresh, and in 2023 the Galaxy S23's signature color is said to be light gold/pink gold. The Galaxy S23+ will get pink, while the S23 Ultra's signature color is going to be green.
So in official press shots of the three, expect to see them in these specific hues. Of course, Samsung will sell them in a myriad of other colors - it's just that these will be the highlighted ones. That is, of course, if this rumor pans out. We only have a few short weeks to go until we find out for sure.
According to previous leaks, the S23 trio will all have a similar design language to the Galaxy S22 Ultra's, with individual rings for all the rear cameras, unifying the cues between the Ultra and the other two after a year when they were differentiated.
Also expect to see Gorilla Glass Victus+, an IP68 rating, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, 8/12GB of RAM, 128/256/512GB of storage, and a better ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. The cherry on top of all this might be satellite connectivity for emergencies, a la the iPhone 14 series.
- 13 Jan 2023
I totally agree with you and I made this stand 3 years ago when I was using CN phones. When I switched to Samsung, I experienced the eco system of their product using Samsung pay. I currently use S22 Ultra, typing this and awaiting S23 Ultra releas...
- 12 Jan 2023
The last good Samsung flagship device was the galaxy note 10+ 5G, after that the build quality worsened, devices weren't worth their launch prices anymore, and no new game changing innovation happened. it lasted all day plus more (something the ...
- 01 Jan 2023
It's not from China it's Korean haha