According to many rumours, Samsung is planning to make their Galaxy S23 smartphone lineup official on February 1st, 2023. There has been a steady series of leaks, and with the most recent one, we present you the design and colours of the senior members of the Galaxy S23 range, which are the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. These devices are expected to be released later this year.
- The advertising materials for the Samsung Galaxy S23 series have been leaked, revealing in all its glory the distinctive colour that distinguishes each member of the Samsung Galaxy S23 family.
- The Samsung Galaxy S23+ comes in a signature shade of pink, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra has a green hue as its distinguishing feature.
- These are the hues that will be featured most prominently throughout all of Samsung’s advertising, promotional, and marketing collateral.
Although the promotional material that was obtained from a reliable source in the industry does not expose the Galaxy S23 in its most basic form, it does provide a more in-depth look at the design and colour of the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra in all of their splendour. On the other hand, there are rumours that the Galaxy S23 basic model and the Galaxy S23 Plus variation will have the same distinguishing colour.
The look and colours of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series
To maintain a sense of excitement and keep things fresh, Samsung modifies the trademark colour of the most recent Galaxy S-series phones on an annual basis. These hues are the ones that are emphasised the most in all of the marketing and promotional materials that have been created. The advertising materials for the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra make it clear that the Galaxy S23+ will have a pink signature colour in 2023, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a green signature colour. Obviously, the company plans to sell these devices in a wide variety of other colours as well.
Previous rumours have suggested that it may come with a slight redesign, pack an overclocked version of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC at the helm, house an entirely new 200MP primary sensor capable of capturing smoother 8K videos at 30fps (up from 24fps on the current-gen units), and more. In addition, it may come with some other new features.