Sharp Galaxy S23 and S23+ renders give a more realistic picture on moderately refreshed devices

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the rumors The Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus are expected to ditch their Contour Cut camera bump for a Galaxy S22 Ultra-esque design, and YouTube channel 4RMD has whipped up renders of the upcoming devices to show what they might look like.
Minimalists will appreciate the refined design of the back that gives the devices a polished look. The front design hasn’t changed, so the screen is still flat with a hole in the center for the selfie camera, which is apparently the same number of pixels as the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus.
Although it’s hard to see from the renders, previous rumors had said that the Galaxy S23 and 23 Plus could have slightly larger bezels and that they might be slightly wider and taller than their 2022 counterparts.

The new phones will likely keep the screen sizes of their predecessors, so we can expect the Galaxy S23 to have a 6.1-inch screen and the S23 Plus a 6.5-inch screen.

The only significant specification change exclusive to the non-Ultra models is a larger battery. Both models are expected to have 200mAh larger batteries than the outgoing models, meaning the S23 Plus will have a 4,700mAh cell and the S23 a 3,900mAh battery.

The entire range is also tipped to inherit Galaxy Z Fold 4s power saving mode which should further extend battery life.

While the renders show the phones in five shades, they will reportedly only be available in beige, black, green and light pink.

According to a recent report, the Galaxy S23 range will be announced in February, not December, as a previous rumor had said.

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