Galaxy S23 first renders show updated camera module design


Samsung will likely unveil its lineup of next-generation flagship smartphones early next year. Although the company has not shared any details about the Galaxy S23 series so far, leaks regarding the new devices have already started to appear. Over the past few weeks, we’ve learned that the Galaxy S23 series may feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SoCs in more regions. Additionally, we’ve seen certification listings for the base model revealing that it will still offer 25W wired fast charging support. Yesterday we got our first look at the Galaxy S23 Plus, courtesy of OnLeaks. Now, the leaker has shared the first renders of the vanilla model.

Leaked renders of the base model of the Galaxy S23 lineup reveal that it would look roughly like the Galaxy S23 Plus, with an updated camera module design that resembles last year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra, a screen flat with a centered cutout, and rounded edges.

The renders also reveal that the Galaxy S23’s volume rocker and power button will reside on the right edge, while the USB Type-C port, speaker grill, and SIM tray will reside on the bottom.

Additionally, OnLeaks claims that the Galaxy S23 will measure approximately 146.3 x 70.8 x 7.6mm, making it slightly taller and wider than its predecessor. However, it won’t have a bigger screen. OnLeaks claims the Galaxy S23 will sport a 6.1-inch panel like its predecessor. The display will likely offer 120Hz refresh rate support, but we have no confirmation on this at this time.

Unfortunately, the leak does not reveal any hardware details of the Galaxy S23. However, we suspect it will pack Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. We’ll be sure to let you know as soon as we have access to more details on the material.

What do you think of the updated Galaxy S23 design? Do you like the new camera module? Let us know in the comments section below.

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