New Galaxy S23 Renders And Dimensions Purportedly Show The Real Deal

We’re still going to be waiting a little while for Samsung to announce its next flagship smartphone, but the Galaxy S23 is already looking like it could be a big one.

Now, @OnLeaks and SmartPrix have posted new CAD-based renders of the Galaxy S23+, although it’s important to remember that we’ll need to see the thing in the flesh to confirm anything.

Assuming these renders are on the money, however, we can see that the Galaxy S23+ is likely to be a more generic design than we might be used to from Samsung.

The back of the phone doesn’t appear to have any kind of camera bump at all, something that is quite the departure when you consider the size of the camera bumps we’re used to on other phones — like the iPhone 14 Pro, for example.

What that will mean for the overall camera capabilities, we’ll have to wait and see. Notably, it doesn’t appear that the phone is any thicker than the model that it replaces.

We’re also seeing new @OnLeaks Galaxy S23 renders shared with Digit, and they do appear to be similar to what we might have expected.

It’s slightly larger with dimensions of 146.3 x 70.8 x 7.6 mm, however, and again there’s no camera bump to be seen.

We don’t expect Samsung to announce this new line of phones until early next year, but expectations are always high for any of the company’s flagship handsets. We can expect to see more leaks as the weeks and months wear on.

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