As a Huawei smartphone user, I love how the Chinese tech maker found its way among consumers but its decline in the smartphone market made the competition dull and the Samsung Galaxy S23 design is proof of this mishappening.
Early press renders coming from Winfuture shows us the design schematics of the Samsung Galaxy S23 and it’s just a copy-paste design. Yes, it’s an old-age design with a vertical camera arrangement identical to Galaxy S22 Ultra+ a bit from Galaxy S22 standard version.
The rest of the phone remains plane and there are no design changes made to the phone as compared to its predecessor. This is what we can call old age and it seems like this South Korean company is enjoying the full prowess of the supply chain and support of the Android ecosystem.
On the other hand, phone makers such as Huawei are trying their best to craft new and interesting designs for consumers.
The past generation including P20, P30, P40, and P50 are prime examples of these changes in design. Meanwhile, the upcoming P60 series will also have significant changes in appearance for both the rear case and the camera module.
I mean look at the beauty of this smartphone, even after getting attacked by the U.S. Huawei is heavily investing in its R&D on smartphones but Samsung remains quite behind in the race.
What will it offer:
There’s not much to reveal from the specs side but Samsung Galaxy S23 could equip with a 6.1-inch display, followed by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
So, there are some specs on paper, since Samsung’s lazy innovation on processors such as Exynos failed to provide power for the consumers. The phone maker has decided to solely move with Qualcomm.
What Samsung is doing?
As I mentioned above, Samsung is just living in an advantageous position in the smartphone market in the absence of Huawei. The proof of that lies in these renders below.
Yes, it’s an early conclusion because there’s a Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra version. But CAD renders from Onleaks also suggest that Galaxy S23 Ultra will be identical to S22 Ultra.
This kind of tiny details are pointless in my opinion but, because it seemingly matters for a few, here what the updated #Samsung #GalaxyS23Ultra data I just received tells us regarding the device bezels… pic.twitter.com/edZ1G0golu
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) October 20, 2022